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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.
Don't wait until Giving Tuesday to let us know you care!
Learn how to participate in the Junior Duck Stamp Program, a statewide art contest for K–12 students. Also, hear from a long-time JDS participant.
To keep Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) from spreading to Massachusetts, it is illegal to import deer parts from places where CWD has been detected.
Test MassWildlife's new map this pheasant season!
MassWildlife dives into research from over 150 years ago to learn more about a protected species.
In October, officials and partners celebrated the completion of a new bridge to Kent's Island. This bridge restores tidal flow to the coastal salt marsh and provides improved, safe access for wildlife conservation and recreation activities.
MassWildlife recently awarded $341,396 in grants to thirteen municipalities, conservation organizations, and private landowners to improve habitat for wildlife on 698 acres.
Wildlife Management Area in Templeton Will Protect 465 Acres of Wildlife Habitat