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MassWildlife is considering changes to turkey hunting regulations affecting bag limits, fall season dates, and the Youth Hunt. The public is invited to provide feedback at two upcoming information sessions.
Buying your fishing or hunting license just got easier!
NOTICE: There are some hunting season date errors in the printed 2019 Fishing and Hunting Guide involving the bear, snowshoe hare, and furbearer seasons.
Planning for habitat management, like a prescribed burn, takes time and precision.
Funds provided through the grant program will benefit 12 wildlife habitat improvement projects, totaling 307 acres.
It's wintertime in Massachusetts. Why not give ice fishing a try? Find ice fishing classes near you and review ice safety tips.
As Chairman of the Fisheries and Wildlife Board for 35 years, George was instrumental in conserving and promoting the Commonwealth’s natural resources.
The Massachusetts Junior Duck Stamp Program links the study of wetlands and waterfowl conservation with the creation of original artwork.
2018 saw a record number of bald eagle nests in Massachusetts.
At their Annual Meeting, the Greater Boston Trout Unlimited Chapter honored Adam Kautza, MassWildlife’s Coldwater Fishery Project Leader, with their Conservation Advocate Award.
This fall, MassWildlife is sampling Quabbin and Wachusett Reservoirs in an ongoing effort to monitor lake trout populations.
Gift ideas for the wildlife enthusiast on your list.
Dogs still welcome on MassWildlife’s Wildlife Management Areas, but new rules require owners to use a leash and remove waste
Don't deck the halls with invasive species!
Help MassWildlife by recording your wildlife observations while hunting this year. Submit logs by December 14.
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