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Division of Fisheries & Wildlife

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Since 1938, the Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife has partnered with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Sportsmen and Women, and the Fishing, Hunting, Shooting, and Boating Industries, to fund fish and wildlife conservation projects through the Wildlife and Sport Fish Restoration Program. Today, this pioneering program serves as a cost-effective model for fish and wildlife conservation by providing fishing and hunting access to those who both funded and directly benefit from the resource – the anglers and hunters. Their contributions through this “user pay, public benefit” conservation model – funded by license purchases and excise taxes on fishing and hunting equipment – benefit all Massachusetts residents.

Division of Fisheries & Wildlife Directory

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McLaughlin Fish Hatchery

90 East Street, Belchertown 01007, (413) 323-7671

  • Jim Hahn, Supervisor

Field Headquarters

100 Hartwell St., Suite 230 West Boylston 01583,
(508) 389-6300

  • Dr. Robert D. Deblinger, Deputy Director, Field Operations
  • Dr. Thomas W. French, Asst. Director,
    Natural Heritage & Endangered Species
  • John O’Leary, Asst. Director, Wildlife
  • Dr. Ken Simmons, Chief Fish Culturist
  • Dr. Mark Tisa, Asst. Director, Fisheries
  • Marion E. Larson, Chief, Information & Education

Boston Office

251 Causeway Street, Ste. 400, Boston 02114, (617) 626-1590

  • Wayne F. MacCallum, Director
  • Jack Buckley, Deputy Director, Admin.
  • Kris McCarthy, Chief Financial Officer
  • Craig MacDonnell, Chief of Wildlife Lands

DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND GAME OFFICE

251 Causeway Street, Ste. 400, Boston, 02114, (617) 626-1500

  • Mary Griffin, Commissioner

Hunter Education Program

51 Groton-Shirley Road, Ayer 01432,
(978) 772-0693

  • Susan Langlois, Administrator

Western Wildlife District

88 Old Windsor Road, Dalton 01226, (413) 684-1646

  • Andrew Madden, District Supervisor

Connecticut Valley Wildlife District

341 East Street, Belchertown 01007, (413) 323-7632

  • Ralph Taylor, District Supervisor

Central Wildlife District

211 Temple Street, West Boylston 01583, (508) 835-3607

  • Bill Davis, District Supervisor

Northeast Wildlife District

85 Fitchburg Road, Ayer 01432, (978) 772-2145

  • Patricia Huckery, District Supervisor

Southeast Wildlife District

195 Bournedale Road, Buzzards Bay 02532, (508) 759-3406

  • Jason Zimmer, District Supervisor

Regulations in red are new this year.

Purple text indicates an important note.

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