Federal officials are weighing testimony from the only public hearing in the country on the government’s latest attempt to take gray wolves off the endangered and threatened species list.
The La Crosse Marsh trails are open again after high water caused some damage.
Not too far from News 19 Station in La Crescent right along Highway-14, there has been local fisherman trying their luck to catch popular native fish like perch and walleye.
It wasn’t that long ago that they were on the endangered species list but now if you drive around the La Crosse area it might feel like an eagle influx at times.
More details are emerging about Gov. Tony Evers’ plans to bolster funding for Wisconsin’s state parks.
Winona State University brings the classroom outdoors. Because of all of the town’s natural beauty, Eric Barnard, the school’s Outdoor Education, and Recreation Center Director, implemented an outdoor course.
The City of La Crosse is temporarily closing some of its trails due to the spring thaw.
The Genoa National Fish Hatchery hosted it’s Kids ice fishing day, a tradition for the last decade.
If you are an outdoor fanatic, you might want to head down to the La Crosse Center during the next few days.
Democratic Wisconsin Senator Fred Risser officially introduced a bill that would ban wildlife killing contests in the state.
Minnesota’s Houston county saw the first case of Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) last month. In response, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) held a public information meeting in Winona.
Tuesday night, the Minnesota DNR is conducting a public information session along with the Minnesota Board of Animal Health concerning chronic wasting disease.