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At its September meeting, the Fisheries and Wildlife Board unanimously voted to promote Former Chief of Conservation Science Jon Regosin to the position of Deputy Director.
MassWildlife and MassDOT received a biennial achievement award this October for their collaborative Linking Landscapes of Massachusetts Wildlife Program.
Each fall, fisheries biologists collect approximately 1.5 million trout eggs at the state fish hatcheries.
To keep Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) from spreading to Massachusetts, it is illegal to import deer parts from places where CWD has been detected.
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Hunters, paddlers, and wildlife watchers will all benefit from the improvements at Three Mile Pond in Sheffield.
MassWildlife FHQ is a Toys for Tots drop-off location. Donate toys now through December 7.
Rare terns return to Bird Island for nesting after restoration of the island is completed.
Moose and deer are more active during fall breeding seasons.
Take a moment to reflect, relax, and let your inner child go wild!
The MassWildlife Habitat Management Grant Program provides financial assistance to private and municipal landowners of conserved lands to manage habitat for wildlife and outdoor recreation.
Anderson was a skilled ornithologist and naturalist who devoted decades to conservation in Massachusetts.
Herpetologists from across Massachusetts and beyond meet to discuss the future of amphibian and reptile conservation efforts.
60,000 rainbow trout and 4,000 brown trout will be stocked across Massachusetts this fall.
Hunting is a safe activity. Equipped with the right information, non-hunters can feel comfortable using the woods at any time of year.
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