Minnesota Department of Natural Resources field staff, resource managers and the DNR Information Center staff answer many questions every day about natural resources topics. Here is one of them:
Q. How do I spot oak wilt on my property, and what can I do about it?
Q. If I purchase a hunting or fishing license on the DNR website, do I need to keep a printed copy with me out in the field?
Q. How does the DNR estimate the state’s pheasant population?
Q. How do forests contribute to clean water?
Q. It seems like there are a lot of small hammer-handle pike where I fish. Is this true across Minnesota?
Q. Are there statewide rules about where I can place my dock?
Q. I hear a lot about how zebra mussels are bad for Minnesota’s lakes and rivers. How are native mussels different from these invasive species?
Q. What common poisonous plants should I avoid while camping and hiking this summer?
Q. Other than bats, what types of wildlife are found in Minnesota caves?
Q. It seems like we’ve had a lot of rain the past several weeks. Are any parts of Minnesota still in a drought?
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