The recovered eagle later died from its injuries. Photo credit: Maryland Yacht Club
Maryland Natural Resources Police investigators are asking for the public’s help in identifying the person who shot a bald eagle in Pasadena last month that later died.
Maryland Natural Resources Police officers charged two men with illegal hunting in separate incidents in Allegany and Frederick counties this past weekend. Read more
The Maryland Natural Resources Police gained convictions last week on seven men charged with conservation and boating crimes. Read more
Photo by Jan Master
A Montgomery County resident disturbed by the killing of a bald eagle near his home on Christmas Day is offering a $1,000 reward through the Maryland Natural Resources Police for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the shooter. Read more
The Maryland Natural Resources Police arrested several people in Baltimore, on the Eastern Shore and in Western Maryland during the holiday period for conservation law violations. Read more
Using its new surveillance network of radar units and cameras, the Maryland Natural Resources Police last week charged four watermen with oystering violations on the Eastern Shore. Officers also charged four people with hunting violations in Western Maryland. Read more
The Maryland Natural Resources Police Thursday charged a Frostburg man with multiple hunting violations after a citizen complaint. Read more
NRP Cpl. Dan Yankie writes a citation for a hunter who did not have written permission from the Montgomery County landowner.
The busiest weekend of deer hunting season was a safe one for the thousands of men and women who used the opportunity to enjoy the outdoors while filling their freezers for the months ahead.
Maryland Natural Resources Police statewide checked 1,639 hunters and wrote 96 citations and 247 warnings. In all, NRP spent 1,791 hours on game patrols.
The season, which began November 30, concludes December 14. Read more
The Maryland Natural Resources Police (NRP) charged three individuals from Washington and Frederick counties with hunting violations. Read more
Maryland Natural Resources Police officers have charged four men with hunting violations in incidents in Queen Anne’s and Talbot counties. Read more