Hunters receive turkey permits
QUETICO PROVINCIAL PARK, Ontario — We had found the island campsite late in the afternoon last week. The day was hot, and we were ready to make camp. We were all
Refuge celebrates 80th anniversary
TREMPEALEAU — One of Ryan Johnson’s favorite things about offering kayak tours with Driftless Adventure Co. is he never knows what he’s going to see each
I once went for a fishing trip and canoe ride with a top Xcel Energy official who told me — he didn’t intend his comments be made public at the time —
Thorp womanreceives award
EAGLE RIVER — Dave Clausen showed a photo slide of an oak tree at a gathering of outdoors writers from across Wisconsin.
Hearing set to discuss frac sand
Ruffed grouse hunters are well-acquainted with swings in the birds’ population cycles, which measure about 10 years.
Caution urged with fireworks
Moisture boosts bird numbers
Spring turkey numbers rise
Free activities set for this weekend
Program helps remove lead lines
TAMARAC NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE, Minn. — Donna Dustin knew the woodcock was there, somewhere, hunkered down in the brush, most likely with eggs or a brood of chicks.