The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources places identification bands on 900 Canada geese each summer. Do you know what they’re used for?
Applications to participate in controlled deer hunts at six state parks this fall are now available. Hunters have until Aug. 30 to apply.
West Virginia Division of Natural Resources biologists and Marshall University graduate students are monitoring the movement of timber rattlesnakes to help develop a method for moving these reptiles away from high-use recreation areas.
With the purchase of a specialty license plate, West Virginia motorists can display their love for wildlife and support important wildlife education and research programs.
When it comes to picking out a compound bow for your kid, there are many options to consider and just as many brands to choose from. Here’s what you need to know to make sure you get the right one.