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News release: Fish and Wildlife Almanac, March 20

DNR online courses cover nut cases, lawn bird taking care of
The Minnesota Division of Normal Assets welcomes individuals keen on untamed life and open air abilities to check out forthcoming online courses that include conversations about crackpots and terrace bird taking care of.

The first online course is around early afternoon Wednesday, Walk 22. Kevin Kenow, crackpot analyst with the U.S. Topographical Review, will talk about where nut cases breed, where they spend the colder time of year, what they eat, what dangers they face and data on Minnesota’s crackpot populace.

The second online course is Wednesday, Walk 29. Lori Naumann, nongame natural life outreach expert with the DNR, will talk about bird taking care of best practices, moves individuals can initiate to help birds and ways to draw in various birds to feeders.

The online classes are important for the DNR’s Minnesota Open air Abilities and Stewardship Series. The online classes are free, yet enrollment is required. More data is accessible on the outside abilities and stewardship page of the DNR site.



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