With the sun setting earlier and deer getting more active this time of year, it's a bad mix for drivers.
The National Weather Service’s weather surveillance radar captured a massive migration of monarch butterflies and dragonflies flying over the central United States.
The sheriff in Benton County, Minnesota is warning to drivers to keep their eyes peeled for deer.
A cheeky lion roared at a photographer, then flashed him a grin.
Police in Duluth, Minnesota are warning members of the public after two dogs were reportedly bitten by a black bear.
Goats are back in Burnsville, Minnesota to help curb the growth of buckthorn at parks throughout the city.
Travel website TripAdvisor announced it will no longer sell tickets or generate revenue from any attractions that are involved with the captivity of ocean mammals.
University of Minnesota officials are warning the campus community after a bat was found acting strangely on the East Bank, according to a U of M SAFE-U Alert.
An owl got an assist from some members of the Plymouth Police Department after it got caught in a net, according to Plymouth police.
After spending the last two months healing, a bald eagle has been released back into the wild by The Raptor Center.
When taking boats, trailers, docks and lifts out of the water this fall, the DNR is reminding water-goers to remain vigilant about invasive species.
A summer pest is sticking around this September. Crews with the Metropolitan Mosquito Control District are still treating for mosquitoes as the Twin Cities metro area is set to see a fall resurgence of the biting insect.
Authorities in northwestern Wisconsin say someone illegally shot and killed an elk near the side of a state highway over the weekend.
This definitely counts as a once-in-a-lifetime catch.
Tossing banana peels, apple cores and other “natural” foods on the ground while in nature can have lasting impacts and sometimes deadly consequences for animals, wildlife officials warned this week.
State health officials say a bat found in downtown Minneapolis earlier this week has tested positive for rabies.
The Ramsey County Sheriff's Office is sharing bear safety tips after receiving multiple reported sightings of a bear in northern Ramsey County.
Another wolf was relocated to Isle Royale National Park on Lake Superior last week, bringing the total number of wolves on the island to 15.
The Warner Nature Center in St. Croix, Minnesota will close at the end of the year, officials from the Science Museum and Manitou Fund announced on Friday.
A family in North Oaks, Minnesota got quite the surprise when they found a black bear walking across their lawn Thursday evening.