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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 enjoys 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.
See hunting regulations for different game animals, get hunting tips, and learn about classes that will prepare you to hunt safely and successfully.
How to get licenses, permits, stamps, and how to report your harvest.
See hunting regulations for different game animals, learn about harvest reporting, get hunting tips, and more.
Funding for Grant Program Increased By $200,000
MassWildlife will begin stocking trout in late September.
Moose and deer are more active during fall breeding seasons.
Hunter observations can help biologists study wildlife.
MassWildlife and partners study shad in the Connecticut River.
This fall 1,900 pike yearlings went to Cheshire Reservoir and Quaboag Pond.