The Department of Energy and Environmental Protection has issued its weeklky fishing report.
One of two bear cubs spotted in Farmington in recent days was put down after being shot by a resident of Bonnie Lane.
Wildlife biologists are beginning to see more black bear activity in Connecticut.
The Department of Energy and Environmental Protection says a suspicious letter addressed to a state representative and discovered by a legislative intern poses no threat.
The state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection is advising residents that the fire danger level in Connecticut is HIGH for today. The National Weather Service has issued a Red Flag warning until 8PM. The […]
Hundreds of thousands of trout are being loaded onto trucks to stock Connecticut lakes, ponds and rivers ahead of the start of fishing season.
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ Connecticut lawmakers are considering a bill that would allow malt beverages and beer to be sold in pliable pouches. The state’s liquor industry is pushing for the legislation, arguing that Connecticut […]
Click here for the weekly fishing report from the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection for the week beginning Oct. 24
State wildlife officers have trapped and killed a black bear which had been spotted in Madison several times in recent weeks.
Another invasive species not native to this region has been found in Connecticut waterways.The Department of Energy and Environmental protection says it’s the first known appearance of the Chinese mitten crab in state waters.