A few years from now, Twin Cities anglers may be enjoying a significant new Minnesota Fishing opportunity. We released about 5,000 fingerling white bass into Lake Phalen in St. Paul in hopes they will grow to catchable size and start to establish a naturally reproducing population. We’re planning to do annual stocking for several years. Read more about white bass, a fish native to Minnesota waters, but mostly found in rivers: http://go.usa.gov/xTgad #StateofFishing #FishingintheNeighborhood
You don't get to see this viewpoint very often. The three eaglets featured on the DNR’s popular Eagle Cam were temporarily removed from their nest and had metal bands placed on their legs by a private bander and staff from the DNR's Nongame Wildlife Program. The bands will help identify the chicks throughout their lives. After they were banded, the three eaglets were returned to their nest.
Feeding time for the three eaglets in the DNR's EagleCam nest. Learn more about the Minnesota Nongame Wildlife Program at http://www.webcams.dnr.state.mn.us/eagle/
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This #EagleCam eagle tends to bring a lot of fish, ducks and pigeons to feed the young eaglets. Because of the added burden of caring for very rapidly growing chicks, we will see the adult eagles switch off at the nest more often and will start to get to observe feeding sessions. Here’s one video clip of the feeding. The third chick has since hatched! mndnr.gov/eaglecam