Most Minnesota anglers celebrated the May 14 fishing opener by going after walleyes, but a friend and I headed for alternative waters.
Regardless of summer still being a month away according to the calendar, I believe we can declare the season pretty much upon us.
The state of Minnesota has begun using remote sensing technology to find and map state archaeological sites by airplane, including along the North Shore.
Birds, frogs and salamanders are all active as spring slowly moves into the northland. WTIPs Jay Andersen spoke to local naturalist Chel Anderson about returning birds and amphibians.
It’s not about numbers. So says my friend about steelhead fishing.
I’m back in the woods once more! Great to be home at Wildersmith after a fine trip to Iowa for my annual stint as an official at the 102nd Drake Relays in Des Moines.
Buck spoke April 22 with Mark McNay, retired wolf biologist, about wolf-human encounters and what they tell us about wolves.
Dr. Seth Moore is Director of Biology and Environment with the Grand Portage Band of Lake Superior Chippewa.
Ann Raiho and Natalie Warren, St. Olaf seniors and Camp Menogyn alums, stopped by The Roadhouse April 1 to talk about their upcoming adventure, Hudson Bay Bound. They hope to become the first women to paddle the 2,250 miles from Minneapolis to Hudson Bay, re-creating Eric Sevareid's journey and, along the way, raising money for YMCA Camp Menogyn.