The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is seeking applications from Minnesota residents interested in serving on the statewide Aquatic Invasive Species Advisory Committee. Applications are due by 4:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 22.
Aquatic invasive species are one of the state’s most pressing natural resource issues. Preventing the spread of zebra mussels, Eurasian watermilfoil, invasive carp, starry stonewort and other invasive plants and animals is of critical environmental, recreational and economic importance.
Cheyenne – The Wyoming Game and Fish Department presented an update to the Wyoming Legislature’s Travel, Recreation, Wildlife and Cultural Resources committee Tuesday on the Department’s work to develop an elk feedgrounds management plan. Game and Fish recently held four virtual meetings to educate the public on feedgrounds and the complexities of management, including disease concerns as the start of a multi-phased public engagement process.
“Given the growing complexities of feedgrounds, I feel strongly we are at
COLORADO ― Colorado Parks and Wildlife and the Colorado Department of Transportation have partnered with the Southern Ute Indian tribe and several other organizations to construct a new wildlife mitigation project in southwest Colorado. The project, slated to begin this coming spring, will construct several features on U.S. Highway 160 between Durango and Pagosa Springs that will promote safer travel for motorists, enhance safer movement of wildlife, and reduce animal-vehicle collisions along this section of highway.
SOUTH CHARLESTON, W.VA. — Anglers and hunters who purchase a 2021 hunting and fishing license in December have a chance to win a lifetime license and other prizes from the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources.
The WVDNR, which offered a lifetime license giveaway for the first time last year, will give away two lifetime licenses this year, along with four state park getaways and eight gift bags.