The river’s quiet beauty was on full display for a St. Croix Falls photographer one winter evening.
Notre Dame biologists study how native fish could be restored to the Namekagon River watershed.
Dragonflies and damselflies are beautiful, highly-specialized hunters, and fun to watch.
July 13th event will celebrate and educate – with activities along the way about the river’s history, wildlife, geology and more.
Parks along the river will host bird-watching hikes, paddles, programs and more to celebrate International Migratory Bird Day.
Volunteers and conservation agency staff recently captured, banded, and released 14 young swans in the Apple River area.
A National Park Service-guided trip down the St. Croix River was a great way to enjoy one beautiful summer morning.
A new survey of the river has given boaters, native mussels and swimmers reason for hope.
Eagles are thinking about spring. Gary Noren of St. Croix Falls captured amazing photos of a bald eagle carrying material to its nest near the Dalles of the St. Croix.
A recent project on the upper St. Croix will hopefully attract migratory songbirds to an area hit by the July 1 blowdown storm.