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Topic - Department Of Natural Resources
Wildlife officials say Colorado's effort to replenish its aquifers by cracking down on pumping groundwater threatens to leave thousands of sandhill cranes that arrive in the state each February without the water they need.
Wintry conditions have delayed the earliest dates on the Department of Natural Resources' schedule for stocking rainbow trout at lakes throughout Ohio this year.
Joseph Gill's appointment as secretary of the Department of Natural Resources has cleared the Maryland Senate.
Officials have lifted a boil advisory in the southern Iowa city of Leon.
The Maryland Senate is preparing to take up the embattled nomination of its new Department of Natural Resources secretary.
A man who pleaded guilty to killing a cougar in Michigan's Upper Peninsula in December said he was defending his father, but state wildlife officials said Friday the animal posed no threat and was poached, its heart cooked and some of it eaten by the men.
Wildlife managers have scheduled a public meeting in northwestern Minnesota to discuss an upcoming revision to the state's elk management plan.
The state Department of Natural Resources has established a quarantine for five invasive aquatic plant species that threaten to infest Alaska's rivers and lakes.
The Department of Natural Resources says a second deer harvested in western Maryland has tested positive for chronic wasting disease.
Regulators have issued a boil advisory for the small Iowa city of Dayton in Webster County.
A broken sewer line has caused wastewater to reach a small frozen creek in northwest Iowa.
Officials in eastern Iowa say a moose trekking through the area could be the same creature spotted a few months ago.
The state Department of Natural Resources says sludge from a northwest Iowa cheese processing plant overflowed from a storage tank and flowed into a nearby stream.
The state Department of Natural Resources says Indiana hunters donated nearly 67,000 pounds of venison to food pantries during the 2013-2014 hunting season.
Two 15-year-old boys have been charged in connection to the fatal shooting of a bald eagle near Montezuma in February.