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Campers aged 13–17 learn conservation, shooting sports, fishing techniques, orienteering, and more from experts in a fun, safe camp environment.
Bald eagle numbers continue to climb in the Commonwealth giving winter birders a better chance to glimpse these impressive birds. Get ready for your winter outing with these tips for where to look and how to prepare.
Changes impact hours and hunting implements on pheasant stocked WMAs and expand small game and pheasant hunting seasons.
Don’t let winter keep you indoors! Get tips and ideas that will help you spend more time outside in 2023.
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.
Providing food for wildlife does more harm than good.
Public input is needed to identify current waterfowl feeding locations. Biologists will visit sites to identify and count these birds.
A gopher tortoise found in Massachusetts was recently returned to its native range in the south.
The Massachusetts Junior Duck Stamp Program links the study of wetlands and waterfowl conservation with the creation of original artwork.
Each year, MassWildlife provides opportunities for the sporting community to enjoy nature, harvest game meat, and support conservation through regulated hunting.
The newly-updated online tool offers new features to guide strategic land protection and stewardship. Training and technical support are available to BioMap users.
Gift ideas for the wildlife enthusiast on your list.
Be safe, be seen. Hunters and non-hunters alike should wear blaze orange while recreating outdoors this fall.
Don't deck the halls with invasive species! Some invasive plants can spread quickly and completely crowd out native plants.
Outdoor users can complete a survey to determine how Land and Water Conservation Fund grants will be distributed in MA over the next five years.