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Wildlife Management Area in Templeton Will Protect 465 Acres of Wildlife Habitat
EEE is a rare but serious viral disease spread through the bite of an infected mosquito. Learn what precautions hunters can take to reduce their risk while outdoors.
Get ready for a great hunting season by brushing up on this safety information.
If you harvest a black bear this season, please submit a tooth and hair sample to MassWildlife. Teeth are used to find out a bear's age, and hairs are used to study bear genetics.
MassWildlife is partnering with residents, municipalities, land trusts, and others to monitor and restore the last remaining populations of eastern spadefoot from inland areas of New England.
A pair of terns has been producing hybrid chicks in Buzzards Bay since 2007. Biologists were surprised to find offspring produced by a male arctic tern and a female common tern.
Go behind the scenes to meet the scientists and learn about research on fish in the Connecticut River watershed.
The New England Outdoor Writers Association is sponsoring a contest for young writers in grades 6-12.
Moose and deer are more active during fall breeding seasons.
Help MassWildlife by recording your wildlife observations while hunting this year. Submit logs by December 20.
MassWildlife dives into research from over 150 years ago to learn more about a protected species.
A bill called the Recovering America’s Wildlife Act (RAWA, HR 3742) was recently introduced in Congress and is considered one of the most important wildlife conservation bills in decades.
The new Norcross Hill WMA in Templeton protects over 465 acres for wildlife and outdoor recreation.
Hunting is a safe activity. Equipped with the right information, non-hunters can feel comfortable using the woods at any time of year.
Surplus permits for zone 11 go on sale Sept. 24, zone 10 permits go on sale Sept. 25; and permits for zones 9, 13, & 14 go on sale Sept. 26.