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March through May is breeding season for wild turkeys, resulting in increased turkey activity across Massachusetts. Avoid feeding turkeys to prevent conflicts.
Planning a fishing trip in Massachusetts? Use the latest digital fishing map to find out where to cast your line.
Tiffany Xiao of Acton has won the 2019 Masaschusetts Junior Duck Stamp contest. Her award-winning work will represent Massachusetts in the national JDS contest.
MassWildlife is working to ensure endangered bats do not disappear forever.
This April and May, be mindful of amphibians as they emerge from their winter retreats and travel to breeding sites. Use caution while driving on rainy spring nights.
If you've never participated before, it's easy to get involved. Those who have experience with the Program should take note of the new submission deadline rules for 2019.
Get a close-up look inside the nest of peregrine falcons around the state.
Help freshwater mussels to improve water quality.
On March 14, MassWildlife, with the assistance of MassDOT and law enforcement officials, relocated a black bear with two cubs that had denned on a highway median strip along Route 2 in Templeton.
Inaugural grant recipients use the Outdoor Heritage Foundation's Melvin Fund to further piping plover research and conservation.
If you have bird feeders or if you keep chickens, bee hives, or livestock act now to keep bears wild and out of neighborhoods.
MassWildlife and NWTF team up to provide award-winning program for youth.
Trout stocking is now underway! Get daily updates at Mass.gov/trout.
Thick ice and heavy snow can decrease oxygen levels in ponds, leading to a natural winter fish kill. Learn the signs and how to report it.
Dr. Tom French retires from Assistant Director position.