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The 2019 spring turkey hunting season in Massachusetts is April 29–May 25. Find regulations, hunting tips, safety information, and more.
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.
Young Hunter Education graduates aged 12-17 are invited to participate in the 2019 Youth Turkey Hunt on April 27.
Helping peregrine falcons may help you save on car washes.
The preliminary statewide deer harvest for 2018 is 14,513 – a new record high.
The winter cold might have you concerned for wildlife. Don't worry; wildlife in Massachusetts have adapted to survive cold temperatures, scarce food supplies, and deep snow.