Maryland’s Department of Natural Resources is reminding homeowners to make sure they hire licensed tree professionals to trim or remove trees damaged by Hurricane Sandy.
A proposal to reintroduce elk in western Maryland is drawing skepticism from local residents.
While damage from Sandy hit fast and hard, the effects on the Chesapeake Bay have taken longer to gauge.
The Department of Natural Resources says it will not enforce times for removing crabs from commercial pots so fishermen can prepare for Hurricane Sandy.
Maryland’s black bear hunt is a record-breaker.
Maryland’s black bear hunting season is opening with an expanded kill quota and more hunters to help manage the growing population.
Natural Resources police say 10 people were removed from a boat in the Chesapeake Bay because officers feared no one was sober enough to operate the vessel.
Authorities on Maryland’s Eastern Shore have captured an alligator that was found basking in the sun near a retention pond.
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is draining a fishing pond in the Washington County community of Brownsville to prevent a dam failure.
Maryland natural resources officials say seven tributaries are being added to a volunteer oyster growing program.
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources says it is seeking the public’s input on proposed changes to hunting areas in the Chesapeake Forests on the lower Eastern Shore.
This past spring, black bears were spotted roaming in Carroll County. That might have surprised some, but not state biologists who count bears.