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Massachusetts Hunting Outfitters & Guides
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Massachusetts Hunting Outfitters and Guides Deer Facts

White-tailed deer are found throughout Massachusetts-with sightings in Boston and other cities. MassWildlife biologists estimate that over 85,000 deer live in the state. For a brief overview on white-tailed deer in Massachusetts, the "Living with Wildlife" deer page is an excellent start. Then, for a thorough discussion and review on deer in general, check out the pages in this area of the website. We believe that you will find it informative, and useful! On this site, you can find information on the biology, natural history, and management of the deer, as well as its history, distribution, and status. This web site is packed with detail and should be of interest to everyone. In addition, deer hunters will find information on hunting tips, methodology, and safety, as well as a summary of past year's harvests. Information about fawns (very young deer), Lyme Disease or Chronic Wasting Disease, or tips to prevent or reduce damage by deer are found in this area of the website.

Massachusetts Hunting Outfitters and Guides Moose Facts

Many people are surprised to learn there are moose (Alces alces) living in Massachusetts. Moose have been absent from the state from the early 1700's. As recently as the 1970's a moose sighting was considered a rare sight. Why are moose here now? As early settlers cleared the extensive forests in the state for pastures and farming, moose habitat disappeared and so did the moose. This was a trend through much of New England. Habitat for moose recovered due in part to farmers moving out to the more fertile Midwest or to factories during the Industrial Revolution. Moose are now reclaiming their former range and moving into areas where they haven't been seen for hundreds of years. Moose populations got a boost in northern New England states from a combination of forest cutting practices and lack of moose harvest which created ideal moose habitat and allowed for high reproduction and survival rates. Gradually, as the population increased, moose moved southward into their historic range and by the early 1980's this largest member of North America's deer family moved into northern Worcester and Middlesex Counties and began to breed and disperse through central Massachusetts.


Massachusetts Hunting Outfitters and Guides Bear Facts

Massachusetts has over eight thousand square miles, and can support a number of areas that you can go black bear hunting in. The guides and outfitters can help you plan different guided hunts for your next trip. The state does offer much for a hunter from heavy forest to valleys plains. Its open borders allow this big game animal freely travel from one area to area. A good guide or outfitter will know if one region is better to hunt in then another and their guided service could be invaluable.
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