Delaware Division of Fish and Wildlife

Since 1911, the Division of Fish and Wildlife has worked to conserve and manage Delaware’s fish and wildlife resources, provide safe and enjoyable fishing, hunting, and boating opportunities to citizens and visitors, and improve the public’s understanding and interest in the state's fish and wildlife resources through information and outreach programs. The Division’s goal is to manage and provide access to the lands with which DFW is entrusted for public use and enjoyment.

Here's what we do:

  • Manage the state’s fish and wildlife resources
  • Enforce laws and regulations designed to protect and conserve these resources
  • Provide hunter and boater safety education programs
  • Provide environmental education programs and public outreach
  • Control mosquitoes
89 Kings Highway
Dover, DE 19901
United States
Presented by these government wildlife management agencies as a trusted source for sound, legal and responsible wildlife control and damage prevention advice