DNR Seeks Tips About Bull Elk Poached In Northern MichiganMichigan Department of Natural Resources conservation officers in Gaylord are seeking information about a bull elk that was poached in the Pigeon River State Forest, east of Vanderbilt in Otsego County.
Developing Michigan’s Signature Iron Belle TrailMomentum that has been building over the past couple of years to develop Michigan’s Iron Belle Trail – The Trail State’s roughly 2,000-mile centerpiece trail system – continued to gain steam over the summer months as nearly 30 miles of the route were completed.
DNR Reports CWD-Positive Deer In Hamilton Township, Gratiot CountyA 2-year-old, hunter-harvested doe from Hamilton Township, in Gratiot County, Michigan, recently tested positive for chronic wasting disease – the second confirmed CWD-positive wild deer from that county.
DNR: Another Cougar Spotted In MichiganWildlife officials have confirmed another cougar sighting in Michigan.
DNR Makes 40th Cougar Report ConfirmationBiologists from the Michigan Department of Natural Resources’ cougar team confirmed last week the 40th cougar report in Michigan since 2008.
Revamped DNR Grant Program Offers $1.8M For Fisheries Habitat Work, Dam Removal And MoreAn estimated $1.825 million is expected to be available through a new Michigan Department of Natural Resources grant opportunity that combines three previously separate programs and will provide targeted funding for a variety of activities including fish habitat conservation, dam removal and repair, resource assessment studies and access to recreation.
'These Goods Are Good For Michigan' Program Partners With DNR, Gives Back To Great OutdoorsWhen you purchase from these businesses, you're also giving to the great outdoors. Have you heard of "These Goods are Good for Michigan" program?
Meet Oakland County's New Conservation OfficerSeveral communities throughout Michigan are gaining new conservation officers from the Michigan Department of Natural Resources.
State Forest Roads In Michigan Get InventoriedThe state says it spent two years mapping and reviewing the conditions of the network of roads. Computer mapping technology was used to consolidate previously mapped roads into a single, comprehensive database.
Elk To Replace Loon On Michigan Wildlife License PlatesThe Michigan Department of Natural Resources says the change starts Dec. 1 and will help celebrate the 100th anniversary of the reintroduction of elk to the state.
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.