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Family Fishing Opportunities in Massachusetts

Looking for a way to spend some quality time with your family in the great outdoors and learn a new skill or brush up on your technique? Try a free fishing clinic or family fishing festival near you! MassWildlife’s Angler Education Program has teamed up with other agencies, municipalities, organizations…


Keep An Eye on the Ice in Massachusetts

Winter has made its appearance in Massachusetts, but variable temperatures that have prevailed in the state so far this season mean the condition of ice on the Bay State’s waterbodies is unpredictable at best and could be treacherous. MassWildlife urges outdoor enthusiasts to play it safe and check ice carefully…


Quabbin Deer Hunt Applications Available

Applications for the 2008 Quabbin Controlled Deer Hunt are now available through the Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) web page at www.mass.gov/dcr/waterSupply/watershed/hunt2008.htm. This will be the second year that blackpowder firearms will be allowed for use during the Controlled Deer Hunt.  Water Supply Division staff reminds prospective applicants that…


Massachusetts Antlerless Deer Permit Deadline-July 16, Permit Drawing Event-July 31

Deer hunters, don’t wait in line; apply on time! Deer hunters are reminded that in order to take antlerless deer during any deer hunting season, they must possess an antlerless deer permit. The July 16 antlerless deer permit application deadline is fast approaching. Antlerless deer permit applications are found on…


New Hunters! Sign Up Now For MassWildlife Hunter Education Courses

New hunters of all ages are reminded that it is never too early to sign up for a Basic Hunter Education Course. New hunters in Massachusetts are required to show proof that they have taken a basic hunter education course in order to purchase a hunting or sporting license. Basic…


CWD Undetected in Massachusetts Deer

Based on data gathered during this past year, no evidence of chronic wasting disease (CWD) was detected in Massachusetts deer or moose. MassWildlife recently received results from a federally certified veterinary diagnostic laboratory that indicate that all the brain, lymph node, and tonsil samples taken from deer during last fall’s…


June Outdoorswoman Weekend Planned

Calling all women interested in outdoor recreation! Save the dates for the Massachusetts 12th Annual Becoming an Outdoorswoman Program (BOW) at the Eastover Resort in Lenox from June 6-8, 2008. This weekend workshop is open to women 18 and older who want to try new outdoor skills in a supportive…


Family Fishing Opportunities

Looking for a way to spend some quality time with your family in the great outdoors and learn a new skill or brush up on your technique? Try a free fishing course, clinic or family fishing festival near you! MassWildlife’s Angler Education Program has teamed up with other agencies, municipalities,…


Wildlife Workshop For Educators In Chelsea

Educators in the Boston area may want to take advantage of a Project WILD/Aquatic WILD workshop to be held at the Chelsea Hall of Science at Chelsea Public Library. This exciting eight-hour interdisciplinary environmental hands-on/minds-on workshop focuses on terrestrial & aquatic wildlife and ecosystems. Participants will actively engage in activities,…


Clubs and Teams Sign Up For A Pheasant Hunt

Sportsmen’s clubs across the state who wish to encourage young people to participate in the traditions of safe, ethical hunting and to enjoy the great outdoors should sign up for a program designed specifically for clubs and young people by MassWildlife. The Massachusetts Young Adult Pheasant Hunt Program was designed…