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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.
Early spring flowers are taking advantage of sunlight before trees have full leaf cover.
If you fish the upper Deerfield, your input is needed.
A new three-year project is underway to help conserve wood turtles in eastern Massachusetts.
Learn how to attract song birds to your yard without a bird feeder.
The loss of native pollinators, such as bumblebees, can have catastrophic consequences on the biodiversity of Massachusetts. Learn how to plant your garden to help pollinators.
March through May is breeding season for wild turkeys, resulting in increased turkey activity across Massachusetts. Avoid feeding turkeys to prevent conflicts.
Planning a fishing trip in Massachusetts? Use the latest digital fishing map to find out where to cast your line.
Tiffany Xiao of Acton has won the 2019 Masaschusetts Junior Duck Stamp contest. Her award-winning work will represent Massachusetts in the national JDS contest.
MassWildlife is working to ensure endangered bats do not disappear forever.