The State Organization Index provides an alphabetical listing of government organizations, including commissions, departments, and bureaus.
Top-requested sites to log in to services provided by the state
Pull up the digital map on your phone, find your location, and view depth of waters under the ice.
Providing food for wildlife does more harm than good.
Winter is a great time to go birdwatching in Massachusetts. Don't miss our 5 must-read tips to ensure you have a great experience outside this winter.
Thanks to years of focused habitat management, an array of wildlife is thriving at this unique public property.
MESA helps protect the most vulnerable animal and plant species of Massachusetts and the habitats upon which they depend.
The Massachusetts Junior Duck Stamp Program links the study of wetlands and waterfowl conservation with the creation of original artwork.
Always consider ice to be potentially dangerous. Stay safe this winter by taking a few moments to review these ice safety tips and ice thickness guidelines.
At its December meeting, the MA Fisheries and Wildlife Board voted to approve regulations prohibiting the waste of game animals, prohibiting contests for predators and furbearers, and changing harvest reporting requirements for fox and coyote.
Explore the wild side of Massachusetts at a Wildlife Management Area. Martin Burns WMA offers visitors great hunting and wildlife watching opportunities.
Gift ideas for the wildlife enthusiast on your list.
272 lake trout were sampled this fall during MassWildlife's ongoing survey of Quabbin and Wachusett Reservoirs.
MassWildlife carried out a record number of burns this year to benefit wildlife and restore habitats.
Don't deck the halls with invasive species!
Since 1972, MassWildlife has offered paraplegic hunters the opportunity to participate in a special 3-day hunting season.
MassWildlife has been working with partners on several ongoing fish studies on Massachusetts rivers and streams.