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Wildlife sanctuaries seeing surge in sick or injured eagles

Once on the brink of extinction, bald eagles are now soaring around Wisconsin in record numbers. 

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DNR catches 'monster' fish in Iowa lake

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The Iowa Department of Natural Resources shared a photo on its Facebook page of a walleye the agency says it found while collecting broodstock on Rathbun Lake. 

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DNR approves pulling Lake Michigan water for Foxconn plant

The state Department of Natural Resources has approved the city of Racine's request to pull 7 million gallons of water daily from Lake Michigan for a Foxconn Technology Group manufacturing plant.

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Minnesota DNR seeking public input on deer management plan

The DNR invited the public to Willow Creek Middle School in Rochester Tuesday to provide feedback about its new deer management plan. 

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Experts weigh in after another deer tests positive for Chronic Wasting Disease

A one-year-old doe in Oneida County tests positive for Chronic Wasting Disease. 

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Decorah Eagle missing from nest

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The male eagle of the beloved Decorah Eagles Nest has been missing for several days. 

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Wildfire burns 300 acres in western Iowa near Missouri River

Firefighters are working to extinguish a wildfire that burned roughly 300 acres near the Missouri River in western Iowa.

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DNR ranger fired for urinating on truck, defacing snowmobile

The Department of Natural Resources fired a forest ranger last year for what the agency said was building a culture of intimidation that included harassing co-workers.

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University of Minnesota studying where to build loon center

The University of Minnesota and the National Loon Center Foundation are working to build a center for loon education and conservation.

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Bald eagle makes miraculous recovery after being poisoned

A miraculous recovery for a bald eagle found in northern Wisconsin.

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