WV Wildlife: West Virginia Wildlife 2018

WVDNR personnel wait for elk to arrive from Arizona in Logan County. (WCHS/WVAH)

From a university lab dedicated to crayfish, to releasing wild elk from Arizona, another great year of West Virginia Wildlife is in the books. Our partnership with The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources began in 2003, and continues to be one of the most popular segments we bring to our viewers. Featuring the challenging and dedicated work that wildlife biologists perform in the Mountain State is an adventure every week. Managing whitetail deer, black bear, and game fish are some of the better known areas of research, but there are several others including freshwater mussels, hellbenders, monarch butterflies, song birds, and even fireflies! Eyewitness News meteorologist Brandon Stover, and photojournalist Brad Rice hit the road every week to shine the light on the incredible research and hard work being performed every day of the year across West Virginia. Enjoy this look back at 2018, and we'll see down the road in 2019. Happy New Year!

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