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Kenosha News
Reality bites: Fall fish run off to a slow startcold; that’s probably the main reason,” he said. Warm weather, fewer fish? Jo
Reality bites: Fall fish run off to a slow start
Kenosha News / Posted 2 days ago
cold; that’s probably the main reason,” he said. Warm weather, fewer fish? John Sinclair, conservation warden for the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, said he has heard the same. “Water temperature certainly plays a role in fish... Read more
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The Iron Mountain Daily News
Grouse numbers good; big perch bitingWis. Michigan's archery opener is Oct. 1. Anglers in the Northwoods are still
Grouse numbers good; big perch biting
The Iron Mountain Daily News / Posted 3 days ago
Wis. Michigan's archery opener is Oct. 1. Anglers in the Northwoods are still baiting for musky, according to the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. Largemouth bass are hanging out in the shallows, while smallmouth will be going... Read more
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The Mining Journal
NMU alumni award winners announcedwater resources, established a fly-casting clinic and organized the "all things
NMU alumni award winners announced
The Mining Journal / Posted 4 days ago
water resources, established a fly-casting clinic and organized the "all things trout" Troutfest. In collaboration with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and the University of Wisconsin, he also developed a network of teams that carried... Read more
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PhysOrg
New study examines where and how climate change is altering species(above), red raspberry and white baneberry are experiencing the largest shifts
New study examines where and how climate change is altering species
PhysOrg / Posted 7 days ago
(above), red raspberry and white baneberry are experiencing the largest shifts in plant species distribution. Credit: Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources For instance, in the Rocky Mountains, species in the upper treeline appear to be... Read more
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Kenosha News
Crews clean up Pike Riverof a partnership between the non-profit KSCA, Kenosha County Parks Department,
Crews clean up Pike River
Kenosha News / Posted 10 days ago
of a partnership between the non-profit KSCA, Kenosha County Parks Department, Root-Pike Watershed Initiative Network, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and the American Rivers organization. The KSCA has been the driving force in the... Read more
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The Rhinelander Daily News
Fall wild turkey, ruffed grouse and woodcock seasons set to openyear in the field. Wild turkey"Fall turkey hunters can look forward to good op
Fall wild turkey, ruffed grouse and woodcock seasons set to open
The Rhinelander Daily News / Posted 10 days ago
year in the field. Wild turkey"Fall turkey hunters can look forward to good opportunities this year," said Mark Witecha,Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources upland wildlife ecologist. "The fall turkey season definitely offers some variety... Read more
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The Iron Mountain Daily News
Liberty Hunt this weekendtemperatures are slowly improving the walleye bite, with rivers and flowages sh
Liberty Hunt this weekend
The Iron Mountain Daily News / Posted 10 days ago
temperatures are slowly improving the walleye bite, with rivers and flowages showing the most consistent success, said the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. Northern pike have also continued their active trend and panfish action has stayed... Read more
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The Iron Mountain Daily News
Wolf summit calls for delisting, restoring huntbeen rising with the wolf population, said David Ruid, wildlife biologist in th
Wolf summit calls for delisting, restoring hunt
The Iron Mountain Daily News / Posted 11 days ago
been rising with the wolf population, said David Ruid, wildlife biologist in the U.S. Department of Agriculture. He and the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources handle wolf complaints. The state reimburses people for pets, livestock and... Read more
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Northwest Herald
Sarley: Learning about Lake Geneva's fish populationis important to a lot of Illinois fishermen, so I was very happy to be able to
Sarley: Learning about Lake Geneva's fish population
Northwest Herald / Posted 13 days ago
is important to a lot of Illinois fishermen, so I was very happy to be able to attend a presentation by Luke Roffler, a Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Senior Fisheries Biologist for Racine, Kenosha and Walworth Counties. Loffler is... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Researchers find new bat species in WisconsinThis July 14, 2016, photo provided by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resou
Researchers find new bat species in Wisconsin
Greenwich Time / Posted 13 days ago
This July 14, 2016, photo provided by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources shows an evening bat, a new bat species state DNR researchers discovered living in the hollow of trees in Avon Bottoms State Natural Area in Rock County, Wis. It is... Read more
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The News-Times
Researchers find new bat species in WisconsinThis July 14, 2016, photo provided by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resou
Researchers find new bat species in Wisconsin
The News-Times / Posted 13 days ago
This July 14, 2016, photo provided by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources shows an evening bat, a new bat species state DNR researchers discovered living in the hollow of trees in Avon Bottoms State Natural Area in Rock County, Wis. It is... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Researchers find new bat species in WisconsinThis July 14, 2016, photo provided by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resou
Researchers find new bat species in Wisconsin
Stamford Advocate / Posted 13 days ago
This July 14, 2016, photo provided by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources shows an evening bat, a new bat species state DNR researchers discovered living in the hollow of trees in Avon Bottoms State Natural Area in Rock County, Wis. It is... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Researchers find new bat species in WisconsinThis July 14, 2016, photo provided by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resou
Researchers find new bat species in Wisconsin
Connecticut Post / Posted 13 days ago
This July 14, 2016, photo provided by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources shows an evening bat, a new bat species state DNR researchers discovered living in the hollow of trees in Avon Bottoms State Natural Area in Rock County, Wis. It is... Read more
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The Iron Mountain Daily News
Bear season opener in Michigananglers on Green Bay continue to report it to be a tougher bite than the previo
Bear season opener in Michigan
The Iron Mountain Daily News / Posted 15 days ago
anglers on Green Bay continue to report it to be a tougher bite than the previous few weeks, according to the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. Musky anglers were having a little bit more success with reports of 46- to 50-inch... Read more
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The Iron Mountain Daily News
Wisconsin weighs wolf control optionsareas of the north, wolves have run out of groceries and they're moving south,"
Wisconsin weighs wolf control options
The Iron Mountain Daily News / Posted 15 days ago
areas of the north, wolves have run out of groceries and they're moving south," Tiffany said. Between 2012 and 2014, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources conducted hunting and trapping seasons for wolves. But starting in 2015 after the... Read more
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The Rhinelander Daily News
Additional speakers announced for the Great Lakes Wolf SummitSen. Tiffany and Rep. Jarchow have announced the addition of speakers Kurt Thie
Additional speakers announced for the Great Lakes Wolf Summit
The Rhinelander Daily News / Posted 17 days ago
Sen. Tiffany and Rep. Jarchow have announced the addition of speakers Kurt Thiede, deputy director of the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and chief Bruce Mahler, Marenisco, Michigan Police chief. Kurt Thiede - deputy directory of Wisconsin... Read more
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The Iron Mountain Daily News
Bear season opener today in Michigananglers on Green Bay continue to report it to be a tougher bite than the previo
Bear season opener today in Michigan
The Iron Mountain Daily News / Posted 17 days ago
anglers on Green Bay continue to report it to be a tougher bite than the previous few weeks, according to the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. Musky anglers were having a little bit more success with reports of 46- to 50-inch... Read more
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News 8000
Loaner life jackets come to Genoafamilies to use loaner life jackets when they go out on the water. The Genoa Li
Loaner life jackets come to Genoa
News 8000 / Posted 18 days ago
families to use loaner life jackets when they go out on the water. The Genoa Lions Club built the loaner station and the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources provided the life jackets. Organizers say a life jacket can be life-saving,... Read more
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CBS 5 Green Bay
Deconstruction date for Eagle Tower set for Sept. 19The deconstruction date of Eagle Tower at Peninsula State Park has been set. T
Deconstruction date for Eagle Tower set for Sept. 19
CBS 5 Green Bay / Posted 18 days ago
The deconstruction date of Eagle Tower at Peninsula State Park has been set. The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources says that it will start on September 19 and is expected to be completed by September 23. Trails and a section of Shore Road... Read more
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The Hill
America’s trees and forests under attack: State Foresters poised to respondnation’s forests across all ownerships. Paul DeLong is president, National Ass
America’s trees and forests under attack: State Foresters poised to respond
The Hill / Posted 21 days ago
nation’s forests across all ownerships. Paul DeLong is president, National Association of State Foresters and chief state forester, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources The views expressed by authors are their own and not the views of The Hi... Read more
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The Iron Mountain Daily News
Anglers score pike, bass, panfish, musky"a bunch of bass," she said. Musky success was the highlight of fishing across
Anglers score pike, bass, panfish, musky
The Iron Mountain Daily News / Posted 24 days ago
"a bunch of bass," she said. Musky success was the highlight of fishing across the Northwoods this week, according to the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, and pike and panfish were biting regularly as well. The Michigan goose season... Read more
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Kenosha News
Somers, Paris plan proposal in response to lawsuit over I-94 land dealdevelopment. The agenda for that meeting also involved a lawsuit Somers and Pa
Somers, Paris plan proposal in response to lawsuit over I-94 land deal
Kenosha News / Posted 26 days ago
development. The agenda for that meeting also involved a lawsuit Somers and Paris filed earlier this summer against the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, which issued a ruling that has barred Somers from providing public water to the... Read more
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Kenosha News
Snyder: Bison and llamas and zebras ... oh my!wildlife” that surround Safari Lake Geneva. Those 800 acres make up the Bloomf
Snyder: Bison and llamas and zebras ... oh my!
Kenosha News / Posted 27 days ago
wildlife” that surround Safari Lake Geneva. Those 800 acres make up the Bloomfield Wildlife Area, owned and managed by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. Christie’s wildlife park covers 75 acres, which he hopes will eventually be home... Read more
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Kenosha News
Paris wants court to block requested annexationof Somers have a joint board meeting Tuesday night. The only item on the agenda
Paris wants court to block requested annexation
Kenosha News / Posted 1 months ago
of Somers have a joint board meeting Tuesday night. The only item on the agenda is a closed session discussion of the lawsuit over the IGA and the lawsuit Paris filed against the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources over water access... Read more

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