Michigan Department of Natural Resources
A disease that began killing deer last summer has now wiped out more than 8,000 whitetails in Michigan.
A 51-year-old Michigan man is facing over 100 charges related to poaching deer and turkey.
Authorities in Michigan say an insect-spread deer disease has spread to at least 24 counties.
A Kalamazoo angler took the state record hook, line and sinker when he reeled in a massive black buffalo fish weighing over 37 pounds.
Wildlife officials say a viral disease has turned up in eight Michigan counties and killed hundreds of deer.
A Michigan DNR official has rejected a request from an animal rights group to immediately stop plans to kill thousands of mute swans.
A traveling exhibit featuring the first wild wolverine confirmed in the state since the 1800s has been making its way around the state’s Thumb region.
The numbers amount to a statewide decrease of 47,550 licenses from last year, although the number available in the Upper Peninsula will rise slightly because the deer population there is trending upward.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources plans to use electrofishing and nets to remove illegal carp from a southern Michigan lake and study other nearby lakes for the presence of the fish, officials announced Monday.
Rodney Stokes is leaving his job as director of the Michigan Department of Natural Resources to become Gov. Rick Snyder’s point man on the administration’s vibrant cities initiative.