Delaware Hunting News

Delaware Shotgun Deer Season Opens Nov 14th
The Division of Fish and Wildlife reminds hunters and all other outdoor enthusiasts that this year's November shotgun deer season will be Friday, Nov. 14 through Saturday, Nov. 22.
Delaware DNR Arrests Two for Illegal Hunting
Fish and Wildlife Enforcement Agents made two separate arrests for hunting-related violations this week.
Delaware BOW Workshop Aug 22-24
Come Ride the BOW wave! Join Delaware Division of Fish & Wildlife's staff at the 12th annual Becoming an Outdoors-Woman (BOW) program on Aug. 22, 23, and 24, 2008.
Delaware Man Arrested for Poaching
Fish and Wildlife Enforcement Agents on Jan. 21 arrested Yshua Goldsberry, 19, of Pearsons Corner Road, Dover.
Delaware Turkey Hunter Courses Available
The Hunter Education Office is reminding hunters planning to hunt turkeys on state-owned lands during the 2009 turkey season that new regulations require successful completion of Delaware's mandatory turkey education course before applying for their 2009 season permits.
Sportsmen Against Hunger Help Feed Needy in Delaware
This holiday season needy Delawareans will receive nutritious meals of venison made possible by local deer hunters.
Delaware Hunters Asked to Help Monitor Bird Flu
The Delaware Division of Fish and Wildlife and the USDA are working together to monitor Delaware's wild bird population as part of a nationwide surveillance strategy to detect the presence of avian influenza.
Delaware's New Hunting Regulations
Several wildlife regulation changes affecting hunters and wildlife area use are now in place following a six month regulatory development process conducted by the DNREC Division of Fish and Wildlife.
Delaware F&W Presents Wildlife Programs
DNREC's DuPont Nature Center manager, Dawn Webb, has announced new wildlife programs in September at the state-of-the-art interpretive science center located in Slaughter Beach.
Delaware Announces Hunting License Fees
With the passage of House Bill 108, the cost of a Delaware hunting license is now $25 a year for residents and $130 a year for non-residents, effective July 1.