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MassWildlife, Spring

March 21 - March 27

Young wildlife in spring

You may assume that young wildlife found alone are orphaned, but parents will leave their young for long periods as they search for food. If you find young wildlife this spring, leave them alone—their best chance for survival is in the wild.

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Attract birds without feeders

You don’t need a bird feeder to attract songbirds to your yard. Bird feeders can draw the unwanted attention of squirrels, turkeys, mice, rats, and even black bears. Instead, attract songbirds with natural food sources, water, and shelter.

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Trout tips and tricks

MassWildlife grows and stocks four species of trout: rainbow, brook, brown, and tiger. Do you know how to tell them apart, and how to switch up your fishing techniques to target each species?

Get fishing tips and learn where trout are being stocked near you…

MassWildlife released a new Go Fish MA! map to help anglers find fishing spots. The map includes featured sites with great access recommended by MassWildlife staff, bathymetry, boat ramps, and more.

Want your kids to love fishing as much as you do? Check out our tips for making fishing fun for the whole family, including how to pick the right equipment, bait, and location.

10 Must-read tips for fishing with kids…

Explore the map…

MassWildlife is responsible for the conservation of freshwater fish and wildlife in the Commonwealth, including endangered plants and animals. MassWildlife restores, protects, and manages land for wildlife to thrive and for people to enjoy.


March 21
March 27