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Having Wildlife Problems?

The department and the USDA have teamed up to provide you with a Toll-free 877 phone number to report nuisance, injured or sick wildlife situations.

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State Wildlife Action Plan Revision

The revised 2015 Maryland State Wildlife Action Plan has been submitted to the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service for approval.

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Guide to Hunting & Trapping 2016 - 2017

Welcome to the 2016-2017 Season! Maryland's hunting license year runs from July 1st to June 31st. The new guide is now online.

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These workshops enable women to learn about a wide variety of outdoor recreational opportunities in a casual, non-threatening environment. They are affordable weekend educational adventures that sell out fast. Don't miss out!  Learn more today. and Sign-up for E-Mail announcements.
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Hunter Safety Education

Learn about Maryland's hunter education requirement and where you can take a basic hunter safety class.

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For Stewards of Maryland's Backyard Wildlife

HABITAT - the arrangement of food, water, cover, and space - IS THE KEY. Habichat is filled with suggestions for attracting wildlife to your backyard.

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Project WILD

Professional development for educators use ProjectWILD activities to teach basic skills in science, social studies, language arts, math, art, and music. Grades K-12.