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WISCONSIN DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES

Don't look now, but some seasons start Sept. 1.
Minnesota is watching as hunters and the harvest increase, even as other states see fewer turkeys.
Wisconsin DNR naturalist Ryan Brady travels across northern Wisconsin looking after some of the state’s lesser-known and definitely lesser-seen creatures.
Populations of some turtle species are dwindling with roadway mortality a leading cause.

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The wolf season was set to be a week long but hunters and trappers have far exceeded the harvest quota early.
Mortality while crossing roads this time of year is one of the reasons some Northland turtles have become threatened species.
Lower possession limits and new length limits are designed to sustain strong Mississippi River fish populations
Critical to healthy aquatic ecosystems, native mussels are rebounding in some rivers, declining in others
EMERALD, Wis. - After more than 20 years of living on their grassy acreage tucked between farms, Chad and Mary Enerson were mortgage-free and the dream of replacing their century-old farmhouse was in sight.Their prospective house overlooked a pon...

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