Department of Natural Resources
State officials are investigating the shooting death of a female black bear in Michigan’s northwestern Lower Peninsula as a case of poaching.
Michigan’s first authorized wolf hunt since the animal went on the endangered species list four decades ago will begin Nov. 15.
With Michigan’s rich tradition of fall hunting getting under way, the Department of Natural Resources has offered their top 10 tips for a safe outdoor experience.
Starting this year deer hunters in 12 northern counties won’t be allowed to shoot bucks with less than three points on one antler.
Authorities say a Grand Rapids man has been arrested for selling catfish online to undercover wildlife officers.
As the 4th of July holiday nears, the DNR is urging people to use caution and take safety measures when using fireworks this summer.
On Saturday, June 8 and Sunday, June 9, residents and non-residents alike can fish without a license as part of Michigan’s Summer Free Fishing Weekend.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources, which manages millions of acres of land across the state for conservation and recreation, plans to submit a proposal that could lead to the lifting of a state-imposed cap on its future land acquisitions.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is trying to catch the poacher who shot and killed a bald eagle in a rural area north of Lansing.
State wildlife regulators will propose letting hunters kill several dozen gray wolves this fall in three sections of the Upper Peninsula where other methods have failed to prevent attacks on livestock and pets.