DNREC’s reminds waterfowl hunters that Delaware’s next hunting season for migratory ducks, Canada geese runs from Monday, Nov. 21 through Saturday, Nov. 26.
Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police officers on Oct. 7 responded to Milford Memorial Hospital, where a 32-year-old downstate man was treated following a hunting accident near Harrington.
Through a unique public-private partnership between the State of Delaware, the Chesapeake Conservancy and the U.S. Navy, DNREC’s Division of Fish & Wildlife recently purchased 48 acres of…..
Sunday hunting will be allowed to occur on private lands at the discretion of the landowner & on public lands designated by the Delaware DNREC…
DNREC’s Division of Fish & Wildlife is pleased to announce publication and widespread availability of the 2016-2017 Delaware Hunting and Trapping Guide.
During the 2015/16 deer season, Delaware hunters donated 586 deer to DNREC’s Division of Fish & Wildlife’s Sportsmen Against Hunger program.
Three broods of piping plover chicks are now foraging on the Point at Cape Henlopen State Park, two on the bayside and one inside the dunes, DNREC’s Division of Fish & Wildlife announced.
Governor Jack Markell has proclaimed Monday, June 20, as “American Eagle Day” in Delaware, concurrent with a national day of celebrating the bald eagle as an emblem of American freedom an…..
Stretch of beach at Gordons Pond in Cape Henlopen State Park will close starting June 13 to safeguard first nest of piping plovers found there this season.
Delaware’s month-long spring turkey season, which ended May 7, yielded 706 birds – a new state record, surpassing the previous record of 687 in 2014, DNREC’s Division of Fish & Wildlife announced.
Restrictions on Sunday hunting effectively treat hunters as second-class citizens. Endorsing the view of animal extremists that hunting is somehow wrong.
The training session will begin with a slideshow followed by a discussion on the monitoring program and how volunteers can help…
Hartly, DE man was arrested on numerous charges, including possession of multiple weapons by a person prohibited.
DNREC’s Division of Fish & Wildlife is seeking volunteer bat spotters to help in locating and counting the state’s bat colonies for the annual Delaware Bat Count.
DNREC Division of Fish & Wildlife today announced the recent acquisition of 650 acres of sprawling woods and fields in western Sussex County as part of the Midlands Wildlife Area.
The judges’ decisions are in, with five top entries chosen for the Division of Fish & Wildlife’s 2015/16 Delaware Hunting Photo Contest.
A New Castle, DE County man for illegal weapons possession charges along with numerous charges related to the illegal take of at least 14 deer…
Registration is now open for the Delaware Division of Fish & Wildlife’s one-day mandatory wild turkey hunter education course, which is offered in all three counties in Delaware.
Milford Man Faces Charges Including Weapons Violations in Connection with Illegal Deer Drive near Bridgeville.
In the collegial spirit of a great rivalry taking place tomorrow, Dec.12, on a football field in Philadelphia, Delaware and DNREC’s Division of Fish & Wildlife today sank the former Army…..
DNREC’s Division of Fish & Wildlife reminds waterfowlers that the last of three 2015/16 seasonal segments for hunting migratory ducks and Canada geese in Delaware opens Friday, Dec. 18 and runs…..
Brandywine Creek State Park in northern New Castle County will be completely closed to the general public, on Tuesday, Dec. 15 and Wednesday, Dec. 16 for the park’s annual controlled deer hunt…..
Registration is open now for the 2016 Delaware Wetlands Conference Feb. 3 and 4 at the Chase Center on the Riverfront in Wilmington.
Following night-time pursuit in the Harbeson area of a poaching suspect who resisted an order to give himself up, DNREC Division of Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police arrested a Sussex…..
Delaware’s Wildlife Action Plan (DEWAP) for 2015-2025, two years in the making through a wide range of partnerships and public input, has been submitted to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for…..
The program, “Delaware State Parks Conservation Corps – Veterans Corps,” is part of the AmeriCorps National Service Program…
DNREC’s Division of Fish & Wildlife is excited to announce publication of the 2015-2016 Delaware Hunting and Trapping Guide.
DNREC Division of Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police officers arrested a Georgetown man earlier this week, following an investigation into a report of two white-tailed deer being shot out of…
The winning photo will be featured on the cover or inside of the 2015-2016 Delaware Hunting and Trapping Guide to be published next year…
Investing in and implementing the plan will help conserve wildlife and protect their habitat for the benefit of current and future generations.
The DNREC is proud to announce that they have partnered to dedicate the Owens Station Shooting Sports & Hunter Education Center as Delaware’s first and only state-owned public shooting sports range.
The Delaware DNREC Division of Fish and Wildlife invites you to enter the 2014 Delaware Hunting Photo Contest.
The DNREC is proud to announce that its upgraded and improved Hunter and Trapper Registration (HTR) system has hit a bull’s eye with its targeted users since it was introduced last year.
The Delaware Division of Fish and Wildlife is excited to announce that the 2014-2015 Delaware Hunting and Trapping Guide is available online and in print.
DNREC’s Division of Fish and Wildlife has announced that Delaware’s 2014 spring turkey season has set a new state harvest record of 687 birds which surpasses the previous record set in 2012.
The DNREC is currently seeking out volunteers who can report any sightings of wild turkeys for the upcoming 2014 Turkey Brood Survey.
Public invited to Aquatic Resources Education Center, Bombay Hook refuge to view banding on June 26 2014…
DNREC’s Nonpoint Source Program will hold its last rain barrel sale date this year for Delaware residents at the New Castle Conservation District office Maintenance Yard, 2430 Old County Road, Newark.
The female bats return to their colonies pregnant and congregate to give birth and raise their pups. In Delaware, these colonies can often take up residence in barns, garages, attics and homes.
Three judges; Fish and Wildlife Director Saveikis, and local photographers Tony Pratt and Freda Barrett; both DNREC employees, reviewed 31 entries and narrowed them to the top five.