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The Center for Biological Diversity says current plan neglects huge swaths of current and potential wolf range.
The bat, once common across northern Minnesota forests, has been decimated by white-nose syndrome.
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Carpenter Thomas Spence's side job is capturing the essence of the wild along the North Shore of Lake Superior and the Superior National Forest.
Deer populations have shifted to areas with crops and away from deeply forested areas.
Here are locations and options for getting deer tested in Northwestern Wisconsin.
Jared Mazurek will lead Grand Rapids-based MDHA.

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Joe Shead's "Buck Tales'' shares stories of his first buck, biggest buck and many hunts in between.
While cougars were native to Minnesota before European settlers arrived, there's little evidence they are staying or reproducing in the Northland today.
The aggressive-acting invasive crayfish sparked investigation into multi-state crayfish scandal.

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