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Maryland’s Early Teal Season Opens Sept. 16

Special Season Provides Additional Waterfowl Opportunity The Maryland Department of Natural Resources announces that the September teal-only hunting season will be open from Sept. 16 through Sept. 30. Shooting hours are one half-hour before sunrise until sunset, the daily bag limit is six teal (blue or green-winged), and the possession limit is 18 teal, or three times  Read the Rest…








Youth Waterfowl Hunting Day Feb. 10

Chance for Young Hunters to Hone Skills with Adult Mentor The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is offering a Youth Waterfowl Hunt Day statewide Feb. 10. Hunters 16 years of age or younger may hunt coots, ducks, geese and mergansers on both private and public land this day when aided by an unarmed adult, at  Read the Rest…


Duck Hunter Rescued From Icy Patapsco River

River Rescue, Illegal Hunting Top Natural Resources Police Activities An Anne Arundel County man was rescued Thursday morning from the ice-clogged Patapsco River as he clung to the his overturned kayak. Randall Heath, 46, of Pasadena fell from his boat while duck hunting about a quarter-mile offshore. His life jacket did not inflate and could  Read the Rest…


Black Bear and Migratory Game Bird Stamp Design Contests Open

Artists Invited to Submit Original Works by March 8 The Maryland Department of Natural Resources invites artists to submit original works for the annual Maryland Black Bear Conservation and Migratory Game Bird stamp design contests. Both residents and nonresidents are encouraged to participate in these popular design contests, which remain open until March 8.



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