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Outdoors notes -- Jan. 25

In Season

Small game

  • Squirrels may be hunted through Friday. The bag limit is six squirrels a day.
  • Cottontail rabbits may be hunted through Feb. 28. The bag limit is five rabbits a day.
  • Snowshoe hares may be hunted through Feb. 28. The bag limit is two hares a day.
  • Raccoons may be hunted through Feb. 28. The bag limit is four raccoons a day.
  • Red or gray foxes may be hunted through Feb. 28. There is no bag limit.
  • Bobcats may be hunted through Feb. 28. The bag limit is three bobcats a season.
  • Coyotes may be hunted year-round. There is no bag limit.
  • Upland birds

  • Ruffed grouse may be hunted through Feb. 28. The bag limit is four grouse a day.
  • Waterfowl

  • Ducks may be hunted through Friday. The bag limit is six ducks a day.
  • Canada geese may be hunted through Friday. The bag limit is five geese a day.
  • Calendar

    Friday

  • West Virginia's waterfowl hunting seasons will close at sunset.
  • West Virginia's squirrel-hunting season will close, one-half hour after sunset.
  • Feb. 10

  • The Almost Heaven Archers will hold their monthly meeting, 7 p.m., at the Cabela's store in Southridge Centre. Call 304-744-2455.
  • Feb. 11

  • The Ernie Nester Chapter of Trout Unlimited will hold its monthly meeting, 7 p.m., at the South Charleston Public Library.
  • Feb. 23

  • The state Natural Resources Commission will hold its winter meeting, 1 p.m., at the DNR headquarters building in South Charleston.
  • Feb. 28

  • West Virginia's hunting seasons for ruffed grouse, rabbits, raccoons, foxes, bobcats and snowshoe hares will end, one-half hour after sunset.

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