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  1. DEC Announces New Public Access To Long Island Sound
  2. Dec Advises Anglers About Moving Fish Between Water Bodies
  3. 2006 New York Wildfire And Incident Management Academy
  4. Dec Issues Advisory About Feeding Waterfowl
  5. Dec Announces The American Fisheries Society’s 136th Annual Meeting
  6. Caring For New York State’s Fisheries
  7. Dec Issues Draft Unit Management Plan For Watson’s East Triangle Wild Forest
  8. Dec Reports Preliminary Results Of Bird Flu Surveillance
  9. Dec Announces Long Island Plans For Avian Influenza Surveillance Of Hunter Harvested
  10. The NYSDEC Waterfowl Identication Class
  11. Dec To Issue Additional Deer Management Permits
  12. Dec Announces Experimental Trapping Season
  13. Dec Advises Motorists To Be Aware Of Deer And Moose
  14. Dec Investigates Death Of Lake Ontario Water Birds
  15. DEC Announces Funding to Develop New Boat Launching Site on Lake Champlain
  16. Dec Announces Results Of 2006 Bald Eagle Breeding
  17. Dec Investigation Leads To Charges In Blackfish Over Fishing Case
  18. Dec Plan To Restore And Enhance Lake Ontario And St. Lawrence River Fisheries
  19. Dec Announces Falconry Exam
  20. Dec Announces First Statewide Invasive Plant Conference
  21. Dec Announces Public Meeting On Nassau Uniform Service Site
  22. Dec Announces “state Of Lake Ontario” Meetings
  23. Dec Extends Emergency Regulation To Help Prevent Spread Of Vhs
  24. Dec Adopts Revised Emergency Regs To Prevent Vhs To Ny Waters
  25. Dec Closes Catskill Trails Due To Hazardous Conditions
  26. Dec Offers Tips To Help Prevent Encounters With Black Bears
  27. Dec Announces Opening Of Campgrounds
  28. Nysdec Announces Watershed Biodiversity Summit
  29. Dec Announces New American Shad State Record
  30. Commissioner Names Judy Drabicki Director Of Dec*s Region 6
  31. Dec Re-opens Application Period Habitat/access Funding Grant
  32. Dec Announces Tentative 2007-08 Waterfowl Hunting Seasons
  33. Dec Proposes New Trapping Regulations
  34. Dec Marks National Fishing And Boating Week* June 2 - 10
  35. Dec Adopts Final Regulations To Help Prevent Spread Of Vhs
  36. Dec Announces Temporary Closure Of Three Shellfishing Areas
  37. Ny Announces $1 Million Grants Proming Smart Growth In The Adirondacks
  38. Dec Temporarily Closes Shellfishing
  39. DEC Announces New Findings of VHS Infected Fish
  41. Dec Charges Three With Stealing Lobsters
  42. Governor Signs Environmental Protection Fund Bill
  43. Invasive Beetle MEDIA ADVISORY
  44. DEC Conference Call On Ash Borer Beetle
  45. First Confirmation of the Aquatic Nuisance Algae in NY State
  46. 2007-08 Sporting Licenses Available Starting August 13* 2007
  47. Dec Environmental Education Camps Celebrate 60th Anniversary
  48. Dec Commissioner Names Gene Kelly Director Of Region 4
  49. Dec Announces 2007-2008 Waterfowl Season Selections
  50. New York State Fair Opening Ceremony and Events
  51. Dec To Continue Lake Champlain Sea Lamprey Control Program
  52. Dec Announces Temporary Closure Of Three Shellfishing Areas
  53. Dec Names New Fish* Wildlife And Marine Resources Director
  54. State Creates New Invasive Species Council
  55. Hudson River Estuary Watershed “Trees for Tribs”
  56. Dec Announces The Start Of The 2007-2008 Trapping Seasons
  57. Dec Names James Gilmore To Head Bureau Of Marine Resources
  58. Dec Announces Grants To Help Improve Habitat
  59. Poultney River To Receive Sea Lamprey Control Treatment
  60. Dec Announces $2.75 Million To Help Vulnerable Wildlife
  61. State-city Agree To Major Expansion Of Recreational Access To Catskill Watershed Land
  62. Dec Meeting Set For Charleston State Forests Management Plan
  63. Dec Announces Grants To Help Protect Private Grasslands
  64. Dec Announces The Start Of 2007-2008 “water Trapping” Seasons
  65. Local Sportsmen Assist Dec With Emergency Salmon Egg Collection
  66. Dec Issues Tough New Permit For Jurgielewicz Duck Farm
  67. Public Meeting Set For Flax Pond Draft Unit Management Plan
  68. Dec Extends Emergency Trapping Regulations
  69. New York Announces Arbor Day Poster Contest
  70. Policy Veteran Named As Special Projects Director
  71. Dec Launches New Magazine To Connect Children
  72. Public Meeting Set For Flax Pond Draft Unit Management Plan
  73. Dec Announces Plan To Train With “green Ammo”
  74. Dec Extends Public Comment Period On Draft Adirondack Trail Plan
  75. Dec Proposes Adding Protected Wetlands In Seneca County
  76. Plan To Reduce Mercury Impacts In Fish Approved By Epa
  78. NYS Hatchery & Marina Overhauls
  79. Dec On The Favorable Federal Appeals Court Decision
  80. Environmental Justice Community Impact Grant Workshops
  81. Exam For Falconry Apprentice License Scheduled For April 25
  82. Dec Invites Property Owners To Help Control Goose Populations
  83. Dec Enters Into Agreement With Hess Over Storage And Tidal Wetlands Violations
  84. Belleayre Scoping Document Released
  85. Dec Announces “state Of Lake Ontario” Meetings
  86. Spring 2008 Wildlife Rehabilitator Examination Scheduled
  87. Dec Submits Fish/wildlife Bills To Legislature
  88. Dec Focuses On The Decline Of Hudson River Shad Populations
  89. Funds Earmarked To Battle Terrestrial Invasive Species
  90. Dec Releases New Draft Of Catskill Park Master Plan
  91. D.e.c Sticks It To Us Again
  92. 2008 Regional Open Space Advisory Committee Meeting
  93. Dec Launches Free Electronic Newsletter For All New Yorkers
  94. NY DEC Free Family Fishing Day In Albany
  95. Dec Seeks To Recruit “lapsed” Anglers To Increase Fishing License Sales
  96. Open Space Advisory Committee Meeting Set for May14
  97. Shellfish Area Closed Following Detection Of Biotoxin
  98. (NYSDEC) Marine Resources Advisory Council Meeting for 5/13 Cancelled
  99. Dec Announces Opening Of Campgrounds
  100. If You Care, Leave It There
  101. Dec Offers Tips To Help Prevent Conflicts With Coyotes
  102. Dec’s Website Offers A New Mapping Gateway
  103. Early Sturgeon Data Show Unexpected Results
  104. Dec Proposes Permit To Regulate Commercial Float Plane Access
  105. Dec Offers Tips To Help Prevent Encounters With Black Bears
  106. Spots Going Fast at DEC Summer Camps
  107. Additional Shellfish Areas In Suffolk County
  108. Dec Purchases Additional Land For Mattituck Boat Launch Site
  109. Ny Steps Up Action To Halt The Spread Of
  110. Dec 140-acre Addition To Shawangunk Ridge
  111. Heat Wave Triggers Water Releases To Aid Delaware River Fishery
  112. Dec To Reopen Shellfishing Areas In Huntington, Suffolk County
  113. Spots Going Fast at DEC Summer Camps
  114. Catharine creek in schuyler county newest bird conservation area
  115. DEC Agreement Gives Easier Access to Catskill
  116. DEC & State Parks Public Meetings On NY Open Space Conservation Plan
  117. Gear Drop-off program to protect Marine Lifeto take place Thursday
  118. Revised Proposal for Limited Floatplane Access to Lows Lake Released
  119. Dec’s tree and shrub seedling sale underway
  120. Dec issues guidelines for bird and bat studies at wind energy projects
  121. Dec releases 2008 peregrine falcon report
  122. Dec announces wildlife rehabilitator exam
  123. Dec announces exam for falconry apprentice
  124. State Parks to Hold March 26 Public Information Meeting on Kings Park
  125. New guide available to help hudson river valley conserve natural areas
  126. Dec opens oyster bay waterway access site
  127. Sable highlands recreation proposals
  128. Dec announces opening of limited public access to adirondack easement lands
  129. Dec revises campground closure plan
  130. Dec, suffolk county monitoring fish kill in meetinghouse and reeves creeks
  131. I fish ny north shore family fishing clinic
  132. Dec funding available for grassland protection program
  133. Dec temporarily closes shellfishing areas
  134. Dec offers tips to help prevent encounters with black bears
  135. Dec expands closure of shellfishing areas in town of huntington, suffolk county
  136. 2009 delaware river basin reservoir release program
  137. Dec releases 2009 “state of the hudson” report
  138. Dec honors william f. Fox, “father” of the forest rangers
  139. Emerald ash borer found in new york state
  140. Successful Invasive Species Eradication Effort
  141. New web page guides users to “watchable wildlife”
  142. Dec offering a “becoming an outdoorswoman” workshop
  143. Nys plans prevent spread of emerald ash borer
  144. Dec announces leashed tracking dog handler exam
  145. Dec announces leashed tracking dog handler exam
  146. Two charter boat captains charged in dec investigation
  147. 2009-2010 sporting licenses sales begin aug. 17
  148. DEC Free Saltwater Fishing Clinic and Derby for Beginners
  149. Dec announces fall camping opportunities
  150. "Saltwater" Recreational Marine Fishing License Not Yet Available For Sale
  151. Groundbreaking ceremony at rome fish hatchery
  152. DEC Announces Freshwater Fishing Reg's 2010-2012
  153. Clarification in proposed 2010-2012 freshwater sportfishing regulations
  154. A day in the life of the hudson river estuary 2009
  155. Dec and partners to hold events for planting stream buffers
  156. Dec slates pharmaceutical collection events
  157. Dec launches new york nature explorer
  158. Dec seeks input on disappearance of coastal seagrass
  159. New York Wildfire Academy to Run from 10/23 - 11/1
  160. Dec announces settelment for natural resource damages at aluminum plant
  161. DEC Proposed Amendment to Easement on Champion Lands to Address Hunting Camps
  162. Dec offering a "becoming an outdoorswoman" workshop
  163. Dec hails “no discharge zone” designation for the south shore estuary
  164. Dec closes shellfish harvesting in mount sinai harbor
  165. Dec proposes american shad fishery closures
  166. Dec pilots new option for commercial harvesting of fluke
  167. New maps and enhanced recreation information highlight
  168. Dec announces six arrests in undercover pesticide sting
  169. Agreement reached to preserve conscience bay watershed lands
  170. Dec survey shows bat populations down 90 percent in caves
  171. Tractor trailer accident leads to solid waste arrest
  172. Public invited to meeting on glen cove former mgp site
  173. Dec proposes snowmobile trail changes in jessup river wild forest
  174. Public invited to meeting on crown dykman site
  175. Three north country waterbodies to be removed from impaired list
  176. Three hudson valley waterbodies set to be removed from impaired list
  177. Dec accepting applications for pheasant release programs
  178. Dec announces free tree seedlings available to schools
  179. Tree and shrub seedling sale underway
  180. Winter wildlife watching events being held around the state
  181. Dec adopts ten-year management plan for ring-necked pheasants
  182. Planning underway for new “twin sheds” unit in tompkins county
  183. Dec announces exam for falconry apprentice
  184. Dec announces wildlife rehabilitator examination
  185. Public comment period extended for draft jessup river wild forest ump
  186. Dec’s environmental education camps now accepting applications
  187. Dec reports: Eagle count poised to set new record
  188. Dec seeks volunteers to observe river herring in hudson estuary streams
  189. Dec reports: Record-setting year for peregrine falcons
  190. DEC Temporarily Closes Shellfishing Areas in Nassau and Suffolk Counties
  191. Dec reopens additional shellfishing areas in suffolk county east end towns
  192. Prescribed fire at dec’s peconic headwaters parcel in manorville
  193. Dec charges fort ann man in illegal trapping case
  194. DEC Commissioner Announces Environmental Progress
  195. Dec forest rangers bust tree thief on state lands
  196. “i fish ny” event at roosevelt island health and fitness day
  197. Dec’s new “field notes” brings fish and wildlife news to your inbox
  198. DEC Funding Available to Private Landowners for Bog Turtle Protection
  200. Dec announces didymo found in kayaderosseras creek
  201. Common Merganser Predation on Stocked Trout
  202. Take a Sportsmen Education Class
  203. Dec to present update on cleanup of veterans nature study area
  204. Conservation Guides: A Tool for the Field.
  205. Public Hearings on Moose River Plains Wild Forest Management.
  206. Invasive Beetle Infestation Expands in New York State.
  207. Dec announces leashed tracking dog handler exam
  208. No Changes to DEC’s Canada Geese Management Plan.
  209. Preserving and Protecting Undeveloped Finger Lakes.
  210. Dec police issue tickets for harassing loons
  211. Peconic Estuary Call to Action Conference.
  212. Reminder to Submit Comments on Overland Transport of Baitfish.
  213. Submit Comments on Proposed Amended Regulations for Endangered and Threatened Species
  214. Landowners Selected to Receive Assistance for Grassland Protection and Management.
  215. Pharsalia Woods Management Plan Public Meeting.
  216. State expands quarantine for emerald ash borer
  217. Public invited to meeting on former bellport gas station site
  218. Shellfish Harvest Closure Extended for Sand Hole.
  219. September 11 - "Science on the River" at Norrie Point.
  220. Dec trapping season dates for three western ny wildlife areas
  221. Dec changes shellfishing areas for 2,200 acres
  222. Ny announces initiative to keep l.i. Sound waters clean
  223. DEC Orders $150,000 Penalty, Removal of Illegal Waste In Huntington Case
  224. Engage in the Sport of Falconry.
  225. Hellbender Salamander: Road to Recovery.
  226. Bat Fungal Disease Continues to Spread.
  227. Searching For Our Native Cottontail.
  228. Illegal Clam Dredging Detected in Lake Montauk.
  229. Emergency Shellfish Harvest Regulations.
  230. Dec solid waste crackdown nets nearly $1 million in 2010
  231. 2011 Recreational Marine Fishing License.
  232. Seeking Comments on Draft Temporary Revocable Permit Policy
  233. Peconic River Fishway Partnership Awarded.
  234. Feeding of Black Bears Prohibited in New York.
  235. Time to Order Tree and Shrub Seedlings for 2011
  236. Explore New York's Marine Life on the Web!
  237. Lifetime License Transfers Now Offered.
  238. Dec to reopen 3,200 acres of shellfish area after 40 years of closure
  239. Help Catch Juvenile Eels for Research!
  240. Wildlife Rehabilitator Exam and Application.
  241. Falconry Apprentice Exam and Application.
  242. Why Did the Salamander Cross the Road?
  243. Increased Fish Kills During Spring Thaw.
  244. Birdfeeders and Bears, Oh My!
  245. Dec advises checking permits before starting dock work
  246. Dec temporarily closes shellfishing areas in town of huntington
  247. 2011 Regs.
  248. Dec expands temporary closure of shellfishing areas
  249. Program to protect backcountry hikers and campers
  250. I fish ny free fishing clinics summer 2011