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Whether it’s Canada geese in crops, raccoons in gardens or deer in hay stacks, the list is endless. More often than not, those seeking a means of limiting the disturbance of wildlife on their priority issue usually follow up their concern or complaint with this qualifier: “It’s not that I don’t like the (insert species here), I just don’t like that many or all the problems they bring.”...
With spring here, wildlife is beginning to become more active, and in some cases, perhaps too active. There have been reports of nuisance squirrels finding their way into homes. How can homeowners deal with these critters?
It is not uncommon for swans and other birds to fly into power lines, power poles and radio towers. What does the DNR and power companies do to deter birds from striking these objects?
Cross-country skiers are required to purchase and possess a pass before skiing on state and Grant-in-Aid ski trails. What is the purpose of these passes?
In the agricultural areas of the state, farm field runoff can cause water quality problems in the local streams and rivers. What are landowners doing to address their runoff and soil erosion problems?
How do pheasants and other birds survive the long, cold Minnesota winters?
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