The Dec. 16 event covers a 15 mile-wide circle, including Old Woman’s Creek, Sheldon Marsh, Berlin Heights, Plum Brook and Norwalk.
Turn-In-a-Poacher hotline helps wildlife officials nab people illegally hunting and fishing
The wild turkey was considered gone from Ohio before the start of World War I.
Maple Syrup Festival at Indian Lake State Park set for March 18 and 19.
Coyotes are common throughout Ohio’s 88 counties and are regularly seen within city limits.
Man ordered to pay more than $5,500 in restitution and lost his right to hunt, trap and fish in Ohio for 18 years.
Here are some of the February wildlife programs available.
Raw fur market hit its low point last year and is on the upturn, according to one expert.
Western Reserve grad elevated to ODNR assistant director position.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) is asking the public to participate in surveying wild turkeys and ruffed grouse by reporting sightings of these two species.
Ohioans reminded to leave wildlife in the wild.
Area program planned for March 30.
Squirrel meat is great, especially if served with squirrel gravy, hand mashed potatoes, greens, and biscuits.