There’s a growing concern among conservationists in the D.C. region as more and more bald eagles are experiencing lead poisoning. They say it is due, in part, to the resurgence of the species.
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is seeking public comment on a proposal to expand the annual black bear hunt to Frederick and Washington counties.
Virginia game officials say hunters are expected to top last year’s deer harvest.
Deer hunters in most of Maryland are getting a couple more days to hunt with modern firearms.
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is reviewing hunting regulations after a Natural Resources Police officer declared that hunters on private game preserves were wrongly exempted from a hunter education requirement.
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — A bill that would allow Sunday hunting in Baltimore County is getting a hearing before a Senate committee. The Senate Committee on Education, Health and Environmental Affairs is scheduled to hear…
BALTIMORE (AP) — Two Maryland men have been ordered to pay thousands of dollars for violating the state’s black bear hunting regulations. Fifty-seven-year-old Larry Harding of Friendsville and 58-year-old Wallace Harward of Forest Hill were…
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Hunting enthusiasts are rallying in Annapolis in favor of more Sunday hunting. The Maryland Hunting Coalition is sponsoring Thursday’s event. The group supports a bill in the General Assembly to allow…
Some Facebook users are upset about the time it took for Facebook to remove \’Kill Kendall Jones\’ community page.
Falls Church resident Jessica Doyle says she was angry to find out men were hunting near her home without notifying her. But urban deer hunting is legal, heavily regulated and targets overpopulated deer herds.
A hunter in North Carolina bagged wild hog so big even the photos are unbelievable.
Nationals\’ first baseman Adam LaRoche, an avid outdoorsman, shot a 150-pound mountain lion in Steamboat Springs,
Colo., this winter.
There is one day in the week that it is illegal to hunt in Virginia. But hunters hope a change to that law is coming.
The animal rights group PETA hopes to use camera-equipped drones to catch illegal hunting and baiting practices in the U.S.