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Through the effective management of wildlife and habitat, MassWildlife ensures quality outdoor recreational opportunities for hunters, anglers, and outdoor enthusiasts who enjoy the impressive variety of plants, fish, and wildlife found in Massachusetts. Outdoor skills clinics, wildlife education workshops, presentations, and online resources provide all residents with a greater understanding and appreciation for wildlife conservation. Keep in touch with us – sign up to receive monthly e-newsletters.
Find resources to help you protect our state’s fish, wildlife, plants, and land.
See hunting regulations for different game animals, get hunting tips, and learn about classes that will prepare you to hunt safely and successfully.
Buy your freshwater fishing license, learn about freshwater fishing, and find out where MassWildlife stocks trout.
Gift ideas for the wildlife enthusiast on your list.
Remember to turn in your completed log forms.
The Massachusetts Junior Duck Stamp Program links the study of wetlands and waterfowl conservation with the creation of original artwork.
Get technical and financial assistance to create young forest on your property.
Eastern Spadefoot introduced to Southwick WMA.
MassWildlife seeks qualified applicants to recommend for funding to bring conservation education and fishing experiences to Hispanic families through RBFF's George H.W. Bush Vamos A Pescar Education Fund.
This fall, MassWildlife is sampling Quabbin and Wachusett Reservoirs in an ongoing effort to monitor Lake Trout populations.