The DNR’s online gift shop can help! We have great ideas for everyone including a magazine, books, lifetime hunting and fishing licenses and state park permits. Scroll down to view items.
Until someone figures out how to wrap the great outdoors... there's the Minnesota State Parks gift card!
Gift cards can be used for camping, entrance permits, equipment rentals and other fun items found at the Minnesota State Parks stores.
Get four seasons of outdoor fun! A year-round permit provides unlimited access to all 76 Minnesota state parks and recreation areas for a full year from the month of purchase.
For the hunter or angler in your life, give the gift that truly does last a lifetime – a lifetime hunting or fishing license. Available now at the DNR License Center. Call 877-348-0498.
Give a gift subscription! Hunters, anglers, hikers, birders, berry pickers—anyone who loves the outdoors will enjoy Minnesota Conservation Volunteer. With each contribution of $25, you’ll receive a holiday gift card to send to your recipient. Six times over the coming year, your friend or relative will receive Minnesota Conservation Volunteer.
In honor of Minnesota Conservation Volunteer's 75th anniversary, we're offering a calendar featuring 12 months of exquisite native orchids photographed by Jim Brandenburg. Inside you'll find the blooming dates of some orchids, as well as notes about migration, wildlife behavior, and other natural phenomena. This beautiful calendar makes a great gift and proceeds benefit MCV.
Published by the DNR Division of Forestry, this book charts the history of Minnesota forestry through text and more than 200 historical photos, charts and illustrations.
This newly-expanded Woodworking for Wildlife book contains 300 color photographs and information on deterring nest predators, placing and maintaining boxes, and setting up remote cameras in nest boxes.
Winner of a 2000 Minnesota Book Award, this elegant, hardbound book is a feast for the eyes and the soul. Beautiful color photographs accompany a collection of reflective essays by renowned author Paul Gruchow.
This book contains classic writing from the region's great writers and conservationists, collected from the pages of Minnesota Conservation Volunteer magazine.
Tired of mowing grass at the cabin? Learn how to landscape shoreline property to prevent shoreline erosion, restore wildlife habitat, wildflowers and clean water. This book shows ways to design property for increased enjoyment of lakeside or riverside getaways.
This easy-to-use, insightful guide points the way to 120 sites throughout Minnesota on where to see, enjoy and photograph a wide variety of wildlife in all four seasons. Find great viewing spots for everything from trumpeter swans to grouse, moose to frogs, blue herons to foxes, birds, and more.
Increase the number of species at the bird feeder. Includes workshop basics for building 26 different feeders and tips on 44 types of food, plus detailed descriptions and photos of almost all the feeder-using species east of the Rocky Mountains.
Packed with color photos and diagrams, this guide shows how to attract wildlife using inexpensive, easy-to-follow landscaping plans. Attract everything from butterflies to deer, cardinals to wood ducks.
The northern pike -- aka the "aquatic wolf" - is one of the most sought after and mythologized fish in Minnesota. This book is the most complete collection of information on the species, for everyone from scientists and conservation biologists to general readers and anglers.
This book is an elegant package of memories for those who frequent Minnesota's state parks, and an invitation to see Minnesota's natural world at its best. Features over 200 color photographs and 16 essays to chronicle Minnesota's state park system.