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Virginia Wildlife Magazine

Virginia Wildlife is your ticket to learning more about Virginia’s spectacular wildlife, fisheries, and breathtaking habitats. Whether you hunt, fish, boat, camp, or take in the wildlife from your easy chair, Virginia Wildlife offers you stories and insight on the natural world, supplied by the state’s leading wildlife and outdoor experts.

November – December 2021 Issue

Cover: A lesser scaup is one of many types of waterfowl that can be hunted. Photo by B.N. Singh

Marvin's 1100

A classic gun evokes memories of an early morning mishap.

Menace of the Marsh

Nutria, an invasive rodent species, threatens Virginia's wetland wildlife habitats.

DWR's PALS Program is a Great Way to Explore the Wild

The PALS program opened up new hunting opportunities in Southwest Virginia for this avid outdoorsman.

Old Bucks are Different

Mature white-tailed bucks can be crafty and elusive; these tips can help you outwit them.

Elk in Virginia

After nine years, a herd of more than 275 elk is doing well in Virginia.

Biodiversity is on Display at the State Arboretum of Virginia

The trees and plants of the State Arboretum and Blandy Farm provide a home for wildlife and research.