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(617) 522-7400
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Angell Animal Medical Centers – Boston

350 South Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02130
(617) 522-7282
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Angell West

293 Second Avenue, Waltham, MA 02451
(781) 902-8400
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(339) 970-0790
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Angell at Nashoba – Low-Cost Wellness Care

100 Littleton Road, Westford, MA 01886
(978) 577-5992
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350 South Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02130
(617) 522-5055
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Animal Care and Adoption Centers – Cape Cod

1577 Falmouth Road, Centerville, MA 02632
(508) 775-0940
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Animal Care and Adoption Centers – Nevins Farm

400 Broadway, Methuen, MA 01844
(978) 687-7453
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Enjoying The Outdoors Safely During Hunting Season

Hunting seasons span much of the year in Massachusetts and neighboring states, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t enjoy the great outdoors.

Practice Awareness
Be aware of the different hunting seasons in your area and know when you are in areas where hunting is allowed. If you are unsure which areas are open to hunting locally, consult with your town or city clerk or avoid areas that are suggested to hunters. For a hunting and trapping schedule, visit the Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife (DFW) website. Watch for posted areas that indicate hunting is not allowed, but be aware that hunters may accidentally shoot into those areas from adjacent areas where hunting is legal.

Do not let your dogs chase deer or other wildlife and be careful around beaver ponds and other areas where trapping may occur.

Hunting is not allowed on Sundays in Massachusetts although pending legislation could change this but it’s still a good idea to be alert, especially if you’re near the border of a state that does allow hunting on Sundays.

Dress Appropriately
To increase your visibility to hunters in the field, wear bright orange clothing when hiking during hunting season and put bright orange collars and vests on your canine companions (or horses if you’re trail riding) to keep them safe, too.

Sharing the Outdoors
Even if you disagree with hunting, do not harass hunters if you meet them in the field. It is unsafe and illegal. If you find hunters behaving badly or doing something illegal, you can report them to the Massachusetts Environmental Police by calling 1-800-632-8075.

Common Sense Tips
Keep in mind other common sense tips for safely enjoying the outdoors in the fall and winter, too. Be prepared for changing weather and declining daylight; carry a pack with extra clothing and a flashlight or headlamp. Know the area where you intend to hike, bring a map and compass or GPS, and let someone know where you’re going and when you expect to return.

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