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State Offers Help In Finding Deer Hunting Spots

The DNR’s Hunting Access Program offers financial incentives to private landowners for giving hunters access to their property.

CBS Detroit–11/09/2014

Kate Harriger, Lake Superior State University student, records data during a mussel habitat survey in Brush Creek, Iron County. (Photo/Michigan DNR)

DNR, MSU Collaborate To Hone Conservation Skills

The agency says the online modules “will allow conservation officers across Michigan to access the training and complete it at a time that is convenient for them.”

CBS Detroit–09/15/2014

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Application Period Starts For Antlerless Deer Hunt

Application period for licenses to hunt antlerless deer is underway and continues through Aug. 15.

WWJ Newsradio 950–07/20/2014

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Thousands On Hand As Detroit Illuminates Under Annual Fireworks

Even a threat of rain didn’t spoil the mood of thousands of people who enjoyed the fireworks spectacular over the Detroit River.

WWJ Newsradio 950–06/23/2014

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Fungal Disease Fatal To Bats Spreads To Michigan, Half Of US

“We face the loss of multiple bat species and the benefits they provide to our ecosystems and our people.”

WWJ Newsradio 950–04/10/2014

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Judge Throws Out Michigan Ban On Exotic Swine

A judged ruled a ban on Eurasian boars and similar swine is unconstitutional and vague.

WWJ Newsradio 950–03/24/2014

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Protecting And Restoring Habitat For Aquatic Wildlife To Get Million Dollar Bump

The department says that grants will be awarded to government agencies, Native American tribes, nonprofit groups and individuals on a competitive basis.

WWJ Newsradio 950–01/27/2014

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Record-Setting Catfish Caught In Michigan [VIDEO]

The fish weighed 52.0 pounds and measured 46.02 inches. “It’s a river monster, for sure,” Blakley can be heard saying on the video of his catch.

CBS Detroit–01/17/2014

This image shows a mother black bear and her three cubs. DNR Conservation Officers believe the mother bear was shot to death and are investigating as a case of poaching. (Credit: Michigan Department of Natural Resources)

DNR Investigates Case Of Poaching That Left 3 Bear Cubs Orphaned

State officials are investigating the shooting death of a female black bear in Michigan’s northwestern Lower Peninsula as a case of poaching.

WWJ Newsradio 950–11/20/2013

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DNR Reminds Whitetail Deer Hunters Of New Antler Point Restrictions

Starting this year deer hunters in 12 northern counties won’t be allowed to shoot bucks with less than three points on one antler.

09/09/2013

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