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Biologist: young wild animals in spring are best left alone

A fawn halts in a West Virginia field. Photo courtesy W.Va. Dept. of Commerce.
They may be cute, they may seem cuddly, but young wild animals are best left alone—for their sake as well as ours, says Tyler...

W.Va. expands wildlife management areas in northwest

The Hughes River wanders through northwestern West Virginia, connecting several new wildlife management areas.
The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources over the last two years has added more than 31,200 acres to the state's public lands in...

Mannington, state expand outdoor recreation at Dents Run

MANNINGTON, W.Va. — The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources has entered into a long-term agreement with Mannington, West Virginia, to allow public hunting,...


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