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Tune to Eyewitness News and watch the West Virginia Wildlife Magazine Come to Life

West Virginia Wildlife

 

The Wildlife Resources Section is hosting a new television series dedicated to learning more about your state's wildlife called "West Virginia Wildlife".

The Wildlife Resources Section has teamed exclusively with Eyewitness News to produce a show like no other. Each week, the West Virginia Wildlife Resources Section and Patrick McMurtry, from Eyewitness News, will feature shows related to wildlife research and activities being conducted around the state. The format of the show is very similar to the West Virginia WIldlife Magazine. In fact, most of the stories you read in the magazine will be featured as a television segment.

So if you enjoy the magazine, tune to Eyewitness News and see your wildlife magazine come to life. West Virginia Wildlife shows air every Wednesday on Eyewitness News at 6:00 PM on WCHS and Eyewitness News at 10:00 PM on WVAH Fox 11.

Click here to stream or download West Virginia Wildlife episodes

September 21, 2005
HUNTING AND FISHING DAYS
If you're into the outdoors in anyway, this coming weekend is big! The DNR's annual National Hunting and Fishing Show kicks off Saturday at Stonewall Jackson Lake Resort and State Park. Patrick McMurtry gives you a preview.
http://www.wchstv.com/newsroom/wvwildlife/2005/ww050921.shtml

September 14, 2005
SPORTING CLAYS
Don't be surprised if you hear the sound of shotguns going off even though hunting season is still a ways away. Patrick McMurtry introduces you to the sport of sporting clays.
http://www.wchstv.com/newsroom/wvwildlife/2005/ww050914.shtml

September 7, 2005
FISHING
There are some changes in store for anglers fishing for those trophy bass. Now you can get your catch certified and still turn the fish back into the water.
http://www.wchstv.com/newsroom/wvwildlife/2005/ww050907.shtml

August 31, 2005
BLACK BEARS
There's still a few weeks left in summer, but for DNR biologists, this is the prime time to study black bears. Patrick McMurtry takes you to the hills of Kanawha county and the black bear living there.
http://www.wchstv.com/newsroom/wvwildlife/2005/ww050831.shtml

 

WCHS West Virginia Wildlife Magazine Archive:
http://www.wchstv.com/newsroom/wvwildlife/


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