ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

OUTDOORS ISSUES

While cougars were native to Minnesota before European settlers arrived, there's little evidence they are staying or reproducing in the Northland today.
The Wisconsin DNR and Bayfield County are working to boost jackpine habitat the little bird needs to nest.
Friends of the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore aims to make the park more accessible for people with mobility issues and other impairments.
Hunters asked to observe baiting bans and dispose of carcasses properly.

ADVERTISEMENT

Latest Headlines
Starry Skies North sees increased interest in night sky watching with aurora outbreaks.
Duluth drops its requirement for hunters to take a doe before harvesting a buck.
One year after the Lake County wildfire, the scorched Superior National Forest, cabin owners and McDougal Lake Campground all show resilience.
Black bears live in the forests throughout the Itasca State Park area and normally avoid people. But when humans leave out food sources with enticing odors, such as bird feeders, unsecured garbage cans or remnants of campfire cooking and picnics, bears will come.
In this episode of the Northland Outdoors Podcast, Ryan Saulsbury, a science instructor and outdoorsman, joins host Chad Koel to talk about ticks.
Agency says move doesn't necessarily signal a final opinion by the administration.

ADVERTISEMENT

As soon as the snow melts, blacklegged ticks and others carrying serious diseases are out looking for your blood. Don't give it to them.
Duluth's Congdon bear spent the winter under a front yard, but up and left in March.
Most of summer will again be catch-and-release only.

ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT