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Lakeland Times, Minocqua, Wisconsin
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There are a variety of systemic and spray deer repellants.
Contributed photographs

There are a variety of systemic and spray deer repellants.
Friday, June 1, 2018 2:29 AM
It can happen in a matter of hours. One trip into town and on your return the Hosta garden that was at its peak is gone. (subscriber access)
  • Four more wolf incidents reported in the Northwoods
    With bear hunters in the woods currently, wolf/dog incidents have been reported across the Northwoods. (subscriber access)
  • Fall migratory game bird forecasts out from DNR
    Each year the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) compiles and releases a forecast for various species hunted and trapped in the fall around the state. One of those reports is the migratory bird report. (subscriber access0
  • Gardening in the north: Fighting off the four-legged fury
    It can happen in a matter of hours. One trip into town and on your return the Hosta garden that was at its peak is gone. (subscriber access)
  • The Oneida County Land and Water Conservation Department is holding two more aquatic invasive species (AIS) workshops in the month of June for anyone interested in learning more about AIS and how to perform watercraft inspections. (subscriber access)
  • Hunting and Fishing photos
    To submit photos of your catch, email outdoors@lakelandtimes.com. (subscriber access)
  • Marsh hawk
    A northern harrier, AKA a marsh hawk, flies low in search of prey over the Powell Marsh on Saturday, May 19, in Iron County. (subscriber access)
  • Mercer Moose
    Denise Gardner saw this moose and two others in mid April about one mile from Highway 51 in Manitowish, just south of Mercer in mid-April. (subscriber access)
  • Porcupine and squirrel damage on trees
    During winter and early spring, damage to trees caused by porcupines and squirrels is evident in some areas. (Subscriber Access)
  • Straddling the Michigan-Wisconsin border in Gogebic and Vilas counties - and lying within the 1842 Treaty-ceded territory - Lac Vieux Desert is a roughly 4,000-acre lake which has been receiving a lot of attention lately. (Subscriber Access)
  • Northwoods Wildlife Center raptor cage approved
    The Northwoods Wildlife Center, a dream of local veterinarian Rory Foster and his wife, was incorporated in 1979 and has been rescuing and rehabilitating animals since then. (Subscriber Access)
  • Can't see me
    A deer along Pine Cone Lane made a futile attempt to hide from Joe Steinhage's camera recently. (subscriber access)
  • Great catch
    A great blue heron catches a fish on Thursday, April 5, from the partially open water of the Minocqua Reservoir in Minocqua. (Subscriber Access)
  • Wisconsin officials celebrate removal of Kirtland's warbler from federal endangered species list
    The removal of Kirtland's warbler from the federal endangered species list on April 12 is another great conservation comeback story, and Wisconsin will continue its efforts to grow the tiny songbird's population. (Subscriber Access)
  • Stocking of 740,000 catchable size trout underway to provide more fishing opportunities
    Stocking trucks are rolling from state fish hatcheries now and will deliver about 740,000 catchable-size trout to inland waters in time for opening day of the 2018 regular inland trout season. (Subscriber Access)
  • Northwoods Wildlife Center is having a baby shower
    Spring has sprung and many of the hibernating mammals and reptiles will soon be waking up from a very long winters nap. Raptors, songbirds, ducks, loons, herons, and geese have begun their migrations back to the Northwoods from their wintering habitats further south. Babies will soon be on the way.
  • Easter excursion
    Braeden Walker took this photo of several deer, including some albino deer, enjoying the day on Easter evening near a Manitowish Waters restaurant.
  • Oneida CDAC sets antlerless quota lower than biologist recommends
    In the last few weeks, County Deer Advisory Committees (CDACs) have met across the state to discuss the 2018 deer hunt and set antlerless quotas for their management units. (Subscriber Access)
  • Last week I was lucky enough to be able to attend the Wisconsin Headwaters Partnership (WHIP) annual meeting. (Subscriber Access)
  • Island eagle
    An American bald eagle looks out over Lake Minocqua from its perch in a snag tree above Kurt's Island Sport Shop on Saturday, March 3, in Minocqua.
  • A ballet of swans
    A ballet of trumpeter swans forage in the partially open water of the Minocqua Thoroughfare on Sunday, March 25, in Woodruff.
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