DNR to Host Junior Hunter Field Days in June:
Events in Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Queen Anne’s
and Somerset counties
Youth with an interest in hunting, shooting sports and wildlife management are invited to participate in a regional summer Junior Hunter Field Day event...
3/2013- Now through December 2014, the Maryland Amphibian and Reptile Atlas (MARA) is looking for volunteers to report sightings of reptiles and amphibians…
3/2013- Learn about the importance of violets in backyard wildlife habitats as well as about beneficial species like eastern garter snakes and ways to conduct citizen science projects in your backyard…
2/2013- Maryland's history and tradition of waterfowl hunting is as rich as any in the nation. No article on the early days of waterfowling is complete without mention of the Chesapeake region and places such as the Susquehanna Flats... Deadline for Applications is June 1st.
Volunteer safety instructors offer hunter safety classes statewide, helping to keep hunters and citizens safe.
Maryland holds three Junior Hunt Days (deer, turkey, game birds). Junior Hunters can also earn a Junior Hunter Certificate.
You can help save the Maryland Terrapin. Learn how to easily and inexpensively modify your crab pots.
National Hunting & Fishing Day in September. Visit our photo album of Outdoor Family Fun & Learning.
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