the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources is accepting original paintings for its 2022 wildlife calendar. The submission deadline is Feb. 19. Here’s what you need to know about submitting your art.
Art is a calling and career for West Virginia artists Gina Gunnoe and Dinah McCloud, who share the honor of having paintings featured in the 2021 West Virginia Wildlife Calendar.
Misty Murray Walkup, who painted the cover of the 2021 West Virginia Wildlife Calendar, shares her story. If you want to submit artwork for next year’s calendar, the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources is currently accepting original paintings. The submission deadline is Feb. 19.
While many of the Mountain State’s animals are cozied up in dens, nests and burrows until spring, the winter season is a great time to look for wildlife in West Virginia. So, brave the cold, visit a state park or forest and see how many animals you can find with your family. Here’s a winter […]
Use our 2020 holiday gift guide to find the perfect gift for friends and family who love hunting, fishing and outdoor adventures in West Virginia.