An Essex man died in a boating accident Wednesday afternoon in Back River in Eastern Baltimore County when the vessel capsized in turbulent waters and he could not be rescued.
Archive for November, 2013
The Maryland Natural Resources Police (NRP) on Saturday charged three people in Garrett County with illegal hunting and seized a .22-caliber rifle.
2012 data shows 4.5 percent improvement over 2011 Maryland’s Genuine Progress Indicator (GPI) has been updated to include 2012 data, which shows the State’s traditional economic measures and GPI ― a measure of statewide well-being – both enjoyed considerable improvements.
Maryland hunters harvested considerably more turkey and deer compared to this time last year due largely to overall better hunting conditions.
The Maryland Natural Resources Police (NRP) charged men in Allegany and Garrett counties with various violations.
Recreational projects in Calvert, Garrett, St. Mary’s and Washington counties will soon receive funding for upgrades through Program Open Space. Governor Martin O’Malley and the Board of Public Works approved the projects at today’s meeting in Annapolis.
Experienced deer hunters are invited to introduce young people to the sport during two upcoming Junior Deer Hunting Days ─ November 16 on public and private lands in all Maryland counties, and November 17 on only private lands in all counties except Baltimore, Howard and Prince George’s.
Just weeks into its debut, the network of radar units and cameras scanning the Chesapeake Bay for law breakers and citizens in harm’s way is paying dividends not only to Maryland Natural Resources Police (NRP) but to its partners.
Maryland Natural Resources Police (NRP) charged four men on Saturday with overfishing and with catching 131 undersized striped bass in Dorchester County.
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is currently seeking public input on proposed regulations that govern the use of Maryland’s Wildlife Management Areas (WMA). Many of these proposals are administrative in nature, such as updating acreage and outdated regulations, and adding newly acquired properties.