Gov. Tony Evers has proclaimed June 21-27 Pollinator Week, and the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) encourages Wisconsinites to help pollinators by creating and maintaining habitat and monitoring bees and butterflies.
Lower Green Bay & Fox River Area of Concern stakeholders will learn about the process to determine feasibility of various conceptual habitat restoration projects in the lower Fox River and bay of Green Bay.
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is now accepting artwork entries for the Wild Turkey, Pheasant and Waterfowl Stamp design contests. The winning art will appear on the 2022 Wisconsin Wild Turkey Stamp.
As you head out to find your adventure this Memorial Day weekend, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) reminds Wisconsinites and visitors that spring is the peak time for fawns to be born. If you come across a fawn this spring, the DNR urges you not to touch it since there is a good chance it’s right where it’s supposed to be.
Preliminary public hearing on the revised Statement of Scope SS 045-21 relating to gray wolf harvest regulations (Board Orders WM-01-21(E), WM-02-21 and WM-03-21)
With turtle nesting season soon underway, state conservation biologists and highway officials are joining forces to encourage Wisconsinites to hatch a brighter future for slow-moving, slow-growing turtles by taking a few simple steps.
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) today announced that the latest results for a variety of wildlife surveys are now available on the DNR website.
The committee will be reviewing and finalizing the first draft of the 2021-2031 management plan and preparing the document for the public comment period.
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) proposes to issue a permit for the incidental taking of a rare fish and turtle, which may result from the Cedar Falls Spillway Modifications project. Incidental take refers to the unintentional loss of individual endangered or threatened animals or plants that does not put the species' overall population at risk.