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Pigeon River High Falls and Middle Falls

We took a drive to Canada the other day and stopped to see what the High Falls of the Pigeon River looked like from the Canadian side. We weren’t suprised to see the falls look quite similar to what we

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Arbor Month Celebration

Minnesota celebrates Arbor Month. Question of the week Q: What is Arbor Month? A: While National Arbor Day is held on the last Friday in April, Minnesota is one of only a few states to also celebrate Arbor Month. May

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Stream Trout Opener this Weekend

Stream trout fishing opportunities abound for Saturday opener Minnesota’s stream trout season opens this Saturday, April 15, and with the early spring weather of 2017 anglers should find good fishing conditions around much of the state, according to the Minnesota

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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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9 Magical Places in Minnesota

The real headline says, “10 Magical places in Minnesota that look like the North Pole” but one of them is actually located in Michigan. It wouldn’t have been difficult to find one more place in Minnesota but the author chose

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Not the Best News for Winter Lovers

We all know climate change isn’t good and for people who love winter it’s even worse. From the MN Department of Natural Resources Nature Sightings – Winter is Changing! If you grew up in Minnesota, what childhood memories do you

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Fall Scenes in October

Just a few photos of fall.

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Minnesota Wolf Population

I know our wolf population on the Gunflint Trail is healthy. Two times this summer when picking blueberries I heard wolves howl.  I saw their scat but unfortunately didn’t get to see them. Here’s what the Minnesota DNR has to

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Canoe Trip into the Quetico Park

When people plan a canoe trip into the Quetico Park from the end of the Gunflint Trail it usually involves getting a tow across Saganaga Lake from Voyageur Canoe Outfitters. We’re located right on the Seagull River with direct access

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Do I Need to Register My Canoe to Paddle in the BWCA?

Did you know you must have current registration on your canoe in order to paddle it in Minnesota? Some states do not require canoes to be registered but if you want to paddle it in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area

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