In the wake of the lion's killing by a Minnesotan in Zimbabwe, hunters defend their sport.
A long-respected Minnesota-based group feels heat — misplaced, it says — over lion kill
In era of perpetual agitation, emotion and not facts drives the reaction to Cecil’s death.
The metropolitan parks and trails racked up more than more than 48 million visits last year, about 1.5 million more than in 2013.
A spokesman for Melanie Benjamin, chief executive of the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe, said tribal leaders would halt the netting of walleye next year.
"Unfortunately it was too late to apprehend the foreign poacher as he had already absconded to his country of origin," Zimbabwe's wildlife minister said at a Friday news conference.
Research is catching up on "the best fliers, bar none, on the planet".
U.S. wildlife officials say a representative for Walter Palmer contacted the agency late Thursday, before wildlife authorities in Zimbabwe called for his extradition to their country.
State wildlife officials are investigating a large fish kill in southern Minnesota, along a designated trout stream on the South Branch Whitewater River just upstream…
Tensions reignite between anglers and Indians who have treaty rights, even as state scientists say tribal netting cannot be blamed for the lake’s vanishing walleye population.
One night in the BWCA, Maple Grove man came face to face with his boyhood obsession.
The DNR’s walleye strategy hasn’t worked; Gov. Mark Dayton should try anything else.
Poachers kill elephants, which face greater threat from hunters than lions.
A man described as an “extreme survivalist” is somewhere in a massive Canadian park bordering Minnesota and authorities have closed off several lakes to the public during the search for him, officials said Thursday.
It’s a different approach, but getting out by bike can be equally simple and rewarding.
Birds of the river paddleNorth Mississippi Regional Park9 a.m.-1 p.m. SaturdayWilderness Inquiry will supply and lead a paddle on the Mississippi River to Boom Island.…
“From the start to now the demographics have changed completely. When we started it was an older demographic. Today, there are a lot of youth,…
In Zimbabwe, two men implicated in the killing of Cecil were in court Wednesday. In Bloomington, Dr. Walter Palmer was referring his patients to other dentists for the time being.
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To humor her husband, the author agreed to "just go look" at a few places - and when they walked into this cabin near Chetek, Wis., they knew instantly that it was meant to be theirs.
We had a full moon July 1, and we will see another tonight. The second of two full moons in a calendar month is often…
When your camera is close by, you’re always ready for that magic moment.
My dad was a teacher who suffered from seasonal allergies. His solution? Go deep into the northwoods of Minnesota and build a cabin.
Minnesota trophy hunter Walter Palmer is being severely judged in the court of public opinion, but he appears unlikely to face prosecution in the U.S.
With canoe-sharing plan, folks could soon ply the Mississippi with no need for a car.
Gov. Mark Dayton said Wednesday he expects to call a special legislative session for lawmakers to help businesses on Lake Mille Lacs that are struggling due to the decline of walleye fishing.
Hunting club investigates Minnesota dentist's records, after he is accused of illegally killing a Zimbabwe lion. The Pope & Young Club says Walter Palmer's US records could be jeopardized if he was found to have done something illegal.
A nine-day quest in the Quetico was rewarded with lunker walleyes — and much more.