West Virginia’s archery and crossbow seasons for deer, bear and wild boar open on Saturday, Sept. 26. Purchase your license and necessary stamps before the season starts.
West Virginia’s archery season for deer is only a few days away, which means time is running out to purchase your hunting license and RB/RRB stamps.
Over the summer, wildlife managers for the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources were able to confirm the births of about 15 elk calves, which brings the herd to about 85.
WVDNR biologists are surveying forests around the state to determine availability of food sources for game and other wildlife.
West Virginia’s archery seasons for deer, bear and wild boar open on Saturday, Sept. 26. Here’s your preseason checklist to make sure you’re good to go on opening day.