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Bimonthly magazine featuring articles on nature study, environmental protection and outdoor recreation. Includes story archive, subscription form, and submission guidelines. Published by the Department of Natural Resources.

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  • fyi Sauk County residents. Even if you have a burning permit, burning is NOT permitted today....
  • Conservation Congress is Monday; make sure to attend and vote! Do you know of anyone running for a seat on an...
  • RT @WDNR: DNR seeks public input on invasive species rule revisions
  • $25,000 donation will fund new accessible fishing pier at Peninsula State Park
  • DNR seeks public input on invasive species rule revisions
  • I’m looking forward to next Monday night's Conservation Congress meetings! For more information, please visit
  • DNR seeks public input on invasive species rule revisions
  • RT @WDNR: HEADS UP! Fire weather today! Very dry & windy. DNR burn permits suspended in many counties. Report smoke …
  • HEADS UP! Fire weather today! Very dry & windy. DNR burn permits suspended in many counties. Report smoke early.
  • Burning permits 1. Obtain the annual http”//dnr.wi.gov/burnpermit/ or by calling 1-888-WIS-BURN (947-2876) to...
  • WODCW Wisconsinites please respond ... A reader sent this to us a few minutes ago with the comment that we...
  • Check the DNR website for burning restrictions which the...
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  • Tough Winter for Wildlife. A score of 100 is "severe".
  • RT @WDNR: Airboats are like hockey pucks on steroids & ideal for flood rescues. DNR wardens are ready!
  • RT @WDNR: State's 1st widespread threat of severe fire weather of year moving in. Check debris piles & local fire conditions!
  • We are actually in the Moderate Fire Danger area of the state!
  • *State's first widespread risk of severe fire weather in effect* Wisconsin's first widespread risk of...
  • RT @WDNR: Black bears are leaving their dens to search for food. Learn to reduce the potential for problems with hungry bears.
  • State's first widespread risk of severe fire weather moving in