Maryland Department Of Natural Resources Reminding Appalachian Trail Visitors To Watch Where They ParkThe Maryland Department of Natural Resources is reminding those visiting the Appalachian Trail to pay attention to where they park. 
Maryland Department Of Natural Resources Proposes Changes To Chesapeake Bay Striped Bass SeasonThe Department has proposed several changes including making the summer fall season from May 16th-August 15th and September 1st-December 10th.
DNR: Maryland's Black Bears Are Coming Out Of Hibernation, Searching For FoodMaryland's black bear population is beginning to come out of hibernation in search of food, the state's Department of Natural Resources said. 
Coronavirus Closings: All Public Camping On Maryland State Forests ClosedThe Maryland Department of Natural Resources announced Saturday the Maryland Forest Service has closed all public camping on state forests due to the coronavirus pandemic public health restrictions.
22-Year-Old Angler Samson Matthews Catches Record-Breaking Longnose GarA 22-year-old Hurlock fisherman made a huge catch on Monday while fishing for blue catfish in the Marshyhope Creek.
Unique Striped Mullet Found By Workers In Chesapeake WatershedMaryland Department of Natural Resources workers found unique fish in the Chesapeake watershed.
December 21 Marks The Start Of The Second Half Of The Muzzleloader Deer Hunting SeasonThe Maryland Department of Natural Resources announces the start of the second half of the muzzleloader deer hunting season on December 21.
December 20 Marks The Beginning Of The Canada Goose Hunting SeasonThe Maryland Department of Natural Resources announces the beginning of the state’s migratory Atlantic Population Canada goose hunting season on December 20.
Maryland Black Bear Hunt Numbers Up With Growing PopulationDuring this year's annual black bear hunt in Maryland, 1,851 hunters received the opportunity to do so and killed 145 black bears — 10 more than last year's hunt, the Department of Natural Resources announced last week.
Injured Owl Rescued After It Got Caught In A Fishing LineA barred owl was rescued by Maryland wildlife officials after it was stuck upside down on a fishing line. 
Officials Warn Motorists To Stay Alert For DeerMaryland officials are warning motorists to stay alert for deer as the weather gets cooler and deer mating season is about to begin.