State Officials Say Bird Feeding Can Resume As Mysterious Illness DeclinesThe Maryland Department of Natural Resources said it is lifting its previous recommendation to stop feeding wild birds as a mysterious illness swept the region, killing some birds.
State Officials Warn Residents Not To Feed Wild Birds As They Investigate Mysterious IllnessAs Maryland Department of Natural Resources officials continue to investigate a strange bird illness in the region, they are asking residents to avoid feeding any species of birds.
Seafood Wholesaler J.J. McDonnell Harvests Invasive Blue Catfish To Help Chesapeake BayThe blue catfish have become a growing challenge in the Chesapeake Bay, threatening other native species and depleting other food sources.
Maryland Firearms Deer Hunting Season Opens Nov. 28The Maryland Department of Natural Resources announced its two-week firearm hunting season for sika and white-tailed deer opens Nov. 28 and runs through Dec. 12. 
Fall Foliage At Peak In Baltimore Area, Past In Western MarylandIt's going to be chilly this weekend, but if you're looking to spend some time outside, this is the perfect time to do some leaf-peeping!
Fall Foliage Report: Leaves Nearing Peak North Of Baltimore, Though City Still At MidpointLooking to do some leaf-peeping? You don't have to go far!
6 Maryland Charter Boat Operators Charged With Striped Bass ViolationsSix charter boat operators were charged with multiple fishing violations after an investigation into the use of prohibited fishing gear.
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.