Trees will be accepted from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Capitol Market in Charleston.
West Virginia state parks have become popular places to bring in the New Year and they will offer a variety of dinners and dances and packaged options.
Winter is a great time to camp, and with the recent warm weather in West Virginia, it’s an even better time.
A grant from the Governor’s One Shot, Inc. has increased the reimbursement rate for meat processors who participate in the Division of Natural Resources’ “Hunters Helping the Hungry” (HHH) program.
Fall turkey hunters checked in 1,131 turkeys this fall from 33 open counties, according to Keith Krantz, wild turkey and upland game bird project leader for the West Virginia Division of Natural…..
he West Virginia Division of Natural Resources (DNR) has made the Draft West Virginia Elk Management Plan: 2016-2020 available for public review and comment.
Canaan Valley Resort Ski Area will launch its 2015/2016 ski season Dec. 18, 2015. New this year is the addition of skiing in the eastern part of the mountain between two black diamond runs.
The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources’ new electronic game check system shows a preliminary report that hunters harvested 20,105 bucks during the first day of the buck deer firearms…..
A free holiday craft-making session is part of the parade-time fun for youngsters.
The Ambrose Nature Center includes a collection of taxidermy mounts and displays that feature the natural surroundings, history and wildlife of West Virgini
West Virginia’s traditional buck firearms season begins Monday, Nov. 23, 2015.
The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources (DNR) urges motorists to be more cautious while driving this time of year, as deer/vehicular collisions increase during late October and November.
It’s easy to report hunting or fishing law violations in West Virginia, and those reports are helpful in protecting the state’s wildlife.
West Virginia archery hunters are having a successful year so far in 2015, showing a 53 percent increase in their harvest of white-tailed deer compared to this time last year.
The Bobcat Ecology Research Project is in its second and final year of data collection.
DNR ID numbers can be obtained from DNR district offices or a hunting and trapping license agent.
Donations of harvested deer and financial donations are being accepted for the West Virginia Hunters Helping the Hungry (HHH) program, sponsored by the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources…..
Permits for the limited 2015 antlerless deer and bear firearms seasons have been mailed to successful applicants.
The 2015 “Mast Survey and Hunting Outlook” is available on the Division of Natural Resources’ website and at DNR offices across the state.
Hunters with disabilities possessing a Class Q/QQ hunting permit may hunt on designated roads throughout the Monongahela National Forest, portions of the George Washington/Jefferson National Forest in