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Call the Massachusetts Environmental Police 1 (800) 632-8075 to report a fish kill. The vast majority of summer fish kills reported are natural events.
Don't forget to apply for your Antlerless Deer Permit by July 16!
In response to concerns about coyote hunting contests, MassWildlife is holding a series of listening sessions throughout the state.
On June 6, Cabela's and Bass Pro Shops donated over 100 fishing rods and reels to MassWildlife's Angler Education Program to help get more families fishing.
MassWildlife’s Angler Education Program provides people of all ages a chance to learn and try fishing. Find an event near you.
Dragonflies and damselflies transform from water-dwelling larvae to impressive aerial hunters.
Massachusetts youth competing in the 2019 Envirothon engaged in hands-on exploration of soil, water, wildlife, and forest resources, and researched current environmental issues.
Help MassWildlife monitor wild turkey numbers across the state by reporting the birds you see in your area.
Bob (Robert A.) Durand, of Marlborough, has been appointed by Governor Charlie Baker to the Massachusetts Fisheries and Wildlife Board. Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito conducted the swearing-in ceremony at the State House on Wednesday, May 22, 2019.
The best thing you can do for young wildlife is to leave them alone.
Whatever the reason, watch out for them!
No license is needed to fish in fresh water the first weekend in June!
On Friday, May 17, MassWildlife and the Environmental Police safely immobilized and relocated a black bear from a populated neighborhood in Arlington.
Wearing a properly fitted personal flotation device could save your life.