Fish and Wildlife Service and Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources in documenting the presence of Kirtland's warblers in the state.
What does WIDNR stand for?
WIDNR stands for Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (Madison, WI)
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A combination of native red and white oak, black walnut, and black cherry will be planted and managed by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources for wildlife habitat, recreation, and forest products.
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources has responded to the Governor's call to improve the competitive position of the State's forest industry by obtaining third-party certification of State forests as sustainably managed.
The State of Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (W-DNR) Madison, Wisconsin, USA says that 10 years after Wisconsin established what would become a nationally recognized recycling program, more than 90% of the state's households continue to participate.
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WIDNR) reported that 13 cases of wolf depredation were reported in 2000, while 31 cases were reported in 2004 (Wydeven and Wiedenhoeft 2000, 2004a).
In a 1997 study, fishery biologist Paul Kanehl of the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and his colleagues kept tabs on fish populations after the removal of Woolen Mills Dam on the Milwaukee River at West Bend, Wis.
The Study In autumn of 1999 and 2000, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WDNR) submitted to the National Veterinary Services Laboratories (NVSL) (Ames, Iowa) brain material (obex) from 657 hunter-killed White-tailed Deer registered at hunter check stations across the state.