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July 2018

Delaware Advisory Council on Wildlife and Freshwater Fish to meet Tuesday, July 31 in Dover to discuss deer seasons and Sunday deer hunting opportunities on public lands

Attention hunters you need to go to this meeting to weigh in on your thoughts about Sunday hunting. _______ DOVER (July 27, 2018) – Delaware’s Advisory Council on Wildlife and Freshwater Fish will convene for a special meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday, July 31, in the DNREC Auditorium, 89 Kings Highway, Dover, DE 19901. The council will discuss deer…
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Internet Saves The Day For This Little Lady

Good to see the internet and social media put to good use instead of the usual black hole of drama from which there is little escape.  This box turtle will now be living back in its original home or territory.  Nice work internet for getting out the word and  helping this creature. Kathleen LaForce "We found out where the turtle came from and…
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How Does This Even Happen?

(July 28, 2018) ... About twenty minutes ago this Tesla, that's right a Tesla, drove onto the beach in Cape Henlopen State Park. "It is stuck up to the rockers, I don't see any fishing equipment either".  Isn't this like a $100,000 vehicle??  More dollahs than cents.  Most likely he realized too late you can't turn around on the sand, or his GPS
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Help Me Find My Home I Don’t Want To Live In A Cage

This box turtle needs our help and so does the Nature Center in Cape Henlopen State Park.  This is a PSA from Kathleen LaForce, Park Naturalist at Cape Henlopen State Park ...  "DO NOT TAKE TURTLES FROM WHERE YOU FOUND THEM.  Today a park visitor brought this young box turtle to the nature center and left it with a park maintenance member as we…
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Public Hearing – Summer Flounder and Black Sea Bass

Thursday night in Dover is a meeting about black sea bass and summer flounder.  This is to officially set the 16.5 inch summer flounder limit that was changed by an emergency order in the spring.   Also the proposed amendments to the black sea bass regulation to eliminate Delaware’s existing recreational fall closure from September 22 – October 21.…
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