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Minnesota Moose Population Stable?

Here’s the latest from the Minnesota DNR- Moose population remains low, but survey suggests 6-year population stability Population statistically unchanged from last year’s estimate Minnesota’s moose population shows signs of stability when comparing this year’s population estimate of 3,710 northeastern

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Bald Eagles nesting

I love that we can watch these bald eagles, what a wonderful resource. from the mn DNR  We’ve come a long way, baby’ Compared to the excitement when our eagles produced their first egg on Jan. 28, the past four

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Pine Martens are so cute

Pine Martens are so very cute except for when they aren’t. Like the year they decided our outfitting building made a beautiful winter home. We had to trap them and they kept coming back. This one in the cage was

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Happy Endings for a Moose

I don’t like to see animals suffer and I was a little afraid to watch this video but I’m glad I did. Hopefully the moose was able to recuperate fully.

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Politics and a Big Vote

I’m sure you’re all sick of hearing about politics and the results of voting. It shouldn’t be surprising some people just can’t get over the winner of the latest contest. The Gray Jay/Whisky Jack/Canadian Jay/Camp Robber will most likely become 

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Pine Martin in a Fireplace

Luckily there was no fire in the fireplace when our neighborhood pine martin decided to drop in on our Gunflint Trail neighbors. And by drop in I really do mean drop in. He must have been playing around the chimney

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Eagle Eggs Coming Soon

It’s time to start following the eagle camera again. From the MN DNR- We’ve continued to see the two adult eagles around the nest during this past week. Fresh sticks, grasses and sedges have appeared in the nest on several

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Isle Royale Wolf Intervention

Isle Royale National Park has been studied over the years for the unique predator prey relationship of moose and wolves. In recent years the wolf population has struggled due to inbreeding and the lack of an ice bridge during winters

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Sierra Club’s Funny Wildlife Photo Contest

I’ve seen dogs and fox dive down into the snow in search of mice or other critters but I can’t say I’ve seen one do a headstand in the snow before.

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Moose Party by David Johnson

I love these photos! He has videos on Facebook too if you are interested.  

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