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MA Fish & Game 28m
What animal tracks have you seen in the this season? has great track cards to help ID unknown tracks!
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MA Fish & Game 2h
Replying to @rshersnow
Some bats come out of hibernation briefly to relocate, especially when there are sudden temperature changes. They typically reenter hibernation shortly after moving to a more suitable hibernation location.
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MA Fish & Game 2h
Sudden temperature changes may cause bats to wake up in search of a more suitable hibernation spot. If it does not reenter hibernation on its own, or seems sick or injured, please contact a local wildlife rehabilitator:
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MA Fish & Game 2h
Who's getting ready for ? πŸ™‹β€β™€οΈπŸ™‹β€β™‚οΈ and will be there selling permits, licenses, and answering your fish and wildlife questions!
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MA Fish & Game 3h
Replying to @cptb67
Town laws and property regulations are constantly changing and would be difficult to maintain in one place. It’s best to contact the town and the property owner directly for any updates before hunting.
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MA Fish & Game 20h
Thinking about freshwater this year? This page has all you need to get started:
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MA Fish & Game 22h
manages commercial and recreational saltwater fisheries in . They oversee services that support the marine environment and communities.
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MA Fish & Game Jan 22
Opossums aren't picky eaters. They eat a variety of food, including eggs, grains, birds, mice, and human-associated foods like garbage.
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MA Fish & Game Jan 22
Looking for answers to your or questions? You may be able to find them on our website!
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MA Fish & Game Jan 21
Who's getting ready for ? πŸ™‹β€β™€οΈπŸ™‹β€β™‚οΈ and will be there selling permits, licenses, and answering your fish and wildlife questions!
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MassDER Jan 15
Check out DER's restoration projects in action (as well as completed projects) on our interactive project map!
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MA Fish & Game Jan 21
The next Great Backyard Bird Count is Feb 14–17! Learn how you can take part:
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MA Fish & Game Jan 21
Replying to @martyluttrell
Not this time! It was taken from a roof top.
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MA Fish & Game Jan 21
Replying to @martyluttrell
Thank you! This was actually taken in Watertown.
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MA Fish & Game Jan 21
2020 marks 30 years of protecting with the Massachusetts Endangered Species Act.
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MA Fish & Game Jan 21
Looking to hold a , sailing, or other aquatic event at one of our facilities this year? Don't forget to apply for a Special Use Permit!
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Mass MarineFisheries Jan 17
Congrats to the winners of the final tagging project raffle held by the Atlantic Offshore Lobstermen's Association! Over 32,000 crabs were tagged for this project, of which 914 were recaptured and reported. Results will be used in the upcoming ASMFC stock assessment.
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MA Fish & Game Jan 20
Our offices are closed today in honor and celebration of Martin Luther King Jr's life and achievements.
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MA Fish & Game Jan 19
Thanks to years of focused habitat management, an array of wildlife is thriving at Frances A. Crane Wildlife Management Area
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MA Fish & Game Jan 19
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