Deer poaching topped the docket of cases handled this week by the Maryland Natural Resources Police. Acting on tips, officers charged a Pennsylvania man Thursday with 10 counts of deer poaching in Frederick County.
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Illegal deer hunting topped the cases handled in recent days by the Maryland Natural Resources Police.
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources sent more than a dozen firefighters to battle wildfires this fall in the Southern United States. Crews and three fire engines just returned after serving in Georgia and North Carolina. Answering the call to service were 10 firefighters from the Maryland Forest Service, one from the Maryland Park Service, Read the Rest…
Deer and striped bass poaching cases topped the cases handled in recent days by the officers of the Maryland Natural Resources Police.
Capture Aided by Newest K-9 Officer The Maryland Natural Resources Police handled illegal fishing and hunting cases in recent days.
Adult Mentors Pass on Hunting Safety and Ethics The Maryland Department of Natural Resources encourages experienced hunters to introduce youth to the time-honored sporting tradition this month during two Junior Deer Hunt Days. The days will be held Nov. 12 on public and private land in all counties, and Nov. 13 on private land in Read the Rest…
Illegal hunting and striped bass poaching cases highlighted enforcement actions taken recently by the Maryland Natural Resources Police. A Charles County man and a juvenile were charged Friday night with illegal deer hunting after a resident reported hearing shots near his home.
Bear baiting, and oyster and striped bass poaching cases highlighted enforcement actions taken this week by the Maryland Natural Resources Police.
Deer and striped bass poaching cases on the Eastern Shore and a crabbing case in St. Mary’s County were among the incidents handled last week by Maryland Natural Resources Police officers.
The 2016-2017 public oyster harvest season kicks off Oct. 1 and runs through March 31. The opening month is reserved for divers and watermen using shaft and patent tongs. “Although blue crabs are fat and plentiful this time of year, it is oysters on the half shell that traditionally bring Marylanders together in the fall and winter months,” Read the Rest…