Michigan Department of Natural Resources

Michigan DNR Says 11-Year-Old Hunter Legally Shot Albino DeerMichigan officials say an 11-year-old hunter who shot a 12-point albino buck with a crossbow did nothing wrong.
DNR Offers Online Education Classes For HuntersHunters can take an online education course for hunters through the Michigan Department of Natural Resources.
DNR Launches Virtual Fish Database For AnglersThe Michigan Department of Natural Resources has released a Web app with historical information of fish populations in selected streams across the state.
Pure Michigan To Showcase Instagram Beach Photos Pure Michigan is asking beach-goers post their photos on Instagram during a 10-day #BeachChallenge.
Report Details Dozens Of Citations, Arrests On Belle Isle Since State TakeoverOne man pulled over for speeding had a whopping 34 warrants out for his arrest.
Sprucing Up Belle Isle: State Cuts Down Hazardous TreesThe 982-acre park will open Feb. 10 as Michigan's 102nd state park.
Mich. Man Ordered To Pay $75,000 In Poaching CaseA Shiawassee County man has been sentenced in one of the largest poaching cases in recent Michigan history.
Monitoring Efforts To Keep Eye On Michigan OspreyThe DNR says GPS tracking units are being placed on several of the birds.
Judge Plans Ruling On Motions In Swine SuitA farmer is challenging a DNR order declaring Russian boars as invasive species.
Mich. Plants Seedlings To Restore Burned ForestsMichigan has planted more than 7 million seedlings on state forest land this spring to reforest land and protect wildlife.
DNR: Heavy Snow Taking Toll On UP Deer PopulationAbove-average snowfall in late winter and spring is expected to take a toll on the Upper Peninsula's deer.
DNR: 2012 Firearm Deer Season A SuccessThe 2012 firearm deer season wrapped up late last week, and the Department of Natural Resources says hunter reports from around the state have been mostly positive.