The Michigan Department of Natural Resources said it has identified the cause of death of hundreds of fish in Lake Orion.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources investigation found that Oil Chem illegally dumped chemicals into the Flint sewer system for eight years.
A wildlife biologist said the bear suffered injuries to its hind legs that rendered them unusable
They can't just be any pine cone, however. They need to be red pine tree pine cones. And if they're already open, you're too late.
Outdoor enthusiasts recommend if anyone gets lost in the wilderness to stay put so it's easier to be found. These two canoeists did the opposite.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is investigating the death of hundreds of carp in Oakland County.
Construction on various parts of I-75 could mean detours and traffic throughout the summer and into the beginning of the fall.
People have been spotted going into the water even as emergency officials were rescuing someone who was struggling to swim during dangerous conditions on the lake.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is resuming some regular operations that were suspended due to COVID-19.
Gretchen Whitmer's next plug for where the state ought to throw its extra billions will be toward badly-needed infrastructure upgrades for its local parks.
The Michigan Supreme Court is looking at a pair of cases that involve possible liability against the Department of Natural Resources in crashes involving snowmobiles.
If you want to try Holly Oaks off-road vehicle park, this weekend might be the best time. Holly Oaks is a part of the DNRs "Three Free Weekend," no DNR licenses will be required. Entry fee to the park must be paid.
An albino deer that was well known in northern Michigan was killed over the weekend, the DNR said.
The fire reportedly started in a scotch pine plantation, however, the cause behind it is unknown. Crews have gotten about 70% of the blaze under control.
The Michigan of Natural Resources is auctioning off parcels of public land.
The DNR is offering $100 rewards to any catches that include tags on one of the fins of native fish species in the Great Lakes.
A map from the Michigan Department of Natural Resources shows morel hunters where they could find the mushrooms.
Three men were discovered near a Chesterfield Township pond shooting at geese with illegal bait. When a DNR officer asked them why they were using it, one replied he wanted to "have a good hunt."
If someone's been to a Michigan lake before, they might have seen some of the invasive species before. Some look like Lilly pads, like Frog-bit, while others look like brown much, like rock snot.
While wildlife experts say there is no breeding population of mountain lions in Michigan, the frequency of sightings has increased in recent years.