Press Releases

Showcasing

    • a group of Canada geese in, and flying over, a corn field Michigan's Canada goose success story

      It’s no secret that Michigan offers some of the best Canada goose hunting anywhere in the world, but it wasn’t always that way. Michigan’s resident Canada goose population – which produces the lion’s share of the annual harvest – was virtually nonexistent a century ago and not especially noteworthy five decades later. Michigan's goose restoration program has been exceptionally successful.

    • young hunter with firearm and bull elk that he harvested 2015 hunting preview II - big game and furbearer seasons

      Prospects for the 2015 big-game hunting and furbearer hunting seasons are very good, say Department of Natural Resources wildlife biologists. Michigan offers a diversity of species and a wide variety of seasons to maximize recreational opportunity. Here's a quick overview of some of the upcoming seasons.

    • Dad and two girls in hunting gear with dog walking in woods, one girl holding firearm and bird 2015 hunting preview I - small game seasons

      Small game hunting season begins Sept. 1 with the opening of the early Canada goose season and teal seasons and continues until rabbit and hare season ends March 31. Department of Natural Resources wildlife biologists across the state say hunters should find conditions similar to last year. Hunters are reminded that due to changes in licensing, all licensed hunters may pursue small game.

Videos

    • Michiganology Michiganology creates the opportunity to live out your Michigan pride by owning unique merchandise made from vintage images at the Michigan Historical Center.
    • DNR Segments from Q1 Buck Pole These short video segments from the Q1 Buck Pole television show cover a variety of DNR initiatives and other natural resources topics of interest.
    • Explore Bowhunting A video about youth involvement in Michigan bowhunting.
    • Shields of Gold: DNR Conservation Officers This video montage, set to music, illustrates the work DNR conservation officers perform in the course of protecting Michigan's natural resources and environment.

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Media Contact Information

  • Ed Golder: DNR
    517-284-5815