About a month ago I shared the Minnesota DNR's EagleCam, which not only showed eagles living in their natural habitat, but also the first eggs of the season. Today, it was reported that we now have the first chick of 2017.
Spring is approaching and soon people will be flocking to Minnesota state parks and trails. The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources have announced a variety of new experiences that will greet visitors this year.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has an incredible live video stream of wild bald eagles living in nature. This camera is placed right above the eagles nest. Recently, the first eggs of the season from the perennially nesting pair of eagles were spotted and you can see them now.
The Minnesota DNR is in the process of gathering opinions and meeting with the public throughout the state so they can create Minnesota's first-ever deer management plan. One such public meeting will be held in Duluth, and your thoughts would be appreciated.
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