The property is on 36 acres and is currently zoned as a bed and breakfast.
John Evers, of Wabasha, was 67.
Wabasha Co. authorities are asking the public for help finding it.
Southeastern Minnesota appears to have the best chance for accumulating snow.
The act was critical in saving bald eagles from extinction in the U.S.A.
The DNR is hoping the public can identify who did it.
Rain will transition to snow on Thursday.
The remains were found in mid-July, but an identity has only just been confirmed.
Partial remains were discovered in a nearby area in July as well.
It was discovered southeast of Wabasha.
Buy for the house, stay for the views.