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SCIENCE AND NATURE

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Lower deer numbers in the far north and bad weather during season combined for poor hunter success.
While cougars were native to Minnesota before European settlers arrived, there's little evidence they are staying or reproducing in the Northland today.
Female fishers didn't nest in them, but they used the boxes that seemed to be a curiosity to some wildlife.
New research shows that the health benefits of adding trees and other elements of nature to urban areas may help close the lifespan gap between people living in the most and least deprived areas. Viv Williams has details in this episode of NewsMD's "Health Fusion."
The researchers are studying some of the state’s cleanest, most pristine lakes, both within and just outside the wilderness area. They’re trying to figure out why the algae situation is unexpectedly changing.
Some hunters and biologists are seeing many birds, others not so much.

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This is the time of year grouse gurus dream about the other 11 months.
The Otter Trail and Sheyenne River Valley scenic byways
Ample wild food in the woods for sows should mean healthy cubs born this winter.

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