August 21, 1987 - MPR's Perry Finelli interviews a U.S. Department of Interior Department wild horse specialist and burro purchaser at St. Cloud’s Sales Barn, where wild horses and burros have a chance at finding a new home.
October 17, 1988 - Mainstreet Radio-Brainerd’s Leif Enger reports on increased law enforcement efforts to protect wildlife from over-hunting and poaching.
September 4, 1995 - MPR’s Mary Losure reports on the symphony of different sounds that make up insect calls in summer days and nights. Includes a sampling of sound and matching identifiers.
September 18, 1995 - MPR’s Catherine Winter visits Vince Shute’s Place, an area outside of Orr, Minnesota. It’s where bears find refuge and food, thanks to humans…but not without concern and debate from wildlife officials. Awarded: 1996 MNSPJ Page One Award, first place in Excellence in Journalism - Radio Feature category
May 16, 2012 - MPR’s Dan Gunderson reports on pollutants from the 2010 British Petroleum oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico showing up in Minnesota birds that migrate to the gulf.
July 16, 2012 - MPR’s Laura Yuen investigates recent dolphin deaths at the Minnesota Zoo and the institution's decision to end exhibiting dolphins.
July 17, 2012 - MPR’s Stephanie Hemphill presents a special science report on deformed frogs in Minnesota, first found in 1995. Even seventeen years later, scientists still have not completely solved the mystery of what caused frogs to develop deformities.
September 7, 2018 - MPR’s Elizabeth Dunbar reports on the removal of common carp from Stieger Lake in Victoria, Minnesota. The fish have become a nuisance in some lakes because they're so good at moving around and destroying the habitats of more desirable fish species.
November 1, 2018 - MPR’s John Enger traveled to Wisconsin to see what exactly Chronic Wasting Disease is; how it is impacting Wisconsin…and potentially in Minnesota.
November 2, 2018 - MPR’s John Enger traveled to Wisconsin to see how Chronic Wasting Disease has changed everything for one deer hunter.