Minn. DNR holds hearings about endangered species
ROCHESTER, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota wildlife officials will be discussing proposed changes to the state's endangered-species list in the next two weeks, starting with a hearing this week in Rochester.
A Rochester Post-Bulletin report says the first public hearing is Tuesday evening. Four other hearings are also scheduled in New Ulm, Bemidji, Duluth and Plymouth.
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