Federal fishing managers are considering a host of potentially major changes to the fishery for herring.
The state Department of Natural Resources’ board is considering ending Wisconsin’s ruffed grouse season early to protect the population.
Wildlife managers say Minnesota’s gray wolf population remains stable and healthy.
Officials are preparing to relocate six to eight mainland wolves to Isle Royale National Park, a first step toward rebuilding a depleted population of the predators that help keep the Lake Superior island’s ecology in balance.
Republican state Sen. Steve Nass is looking to kill or delay new regulations Gov. Scott Walker ordered to slow the spread of chronic wasting disease.
If you hunt, wildlife officials want you to watch for Chronic Wasting Disease found in deer.
Officials expect duck hunting to be good when Minnesota’s main waterfowl season opens Saturday morning.
A missing boater was found dead in Vilas County Saturday morning.
Students and community members alike gathered at Chad Erickson Memorial Park to celebrate the opening of a trail connecting local students with nature on Friday.
Leftover damage has forced the city of La Crosse Parks and Recreation Department to close most of the trials through the end of 2018 in hopes of keeping visitors safe.
State Department of Natural Resources conservation wardens Ed McCann and Shawna Stringham took their boat to the Vernon County village while the Kickapoo River was rising by the minute.
Plenty of hunters are eager to get back into the woods this weekend. Wisconsin’s archery and crossbow season begins on Saturday. The Wisconsin Department of
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — A U.S. judge is due to decide Thursday if two Rocky Mountain states can move forward with the first public hunts