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  • Division of Fish and Wildlife reiterates road closure with new signs

  • The Delaware Division of Fish and Wildlife announced that new road closure signs have been posted at each end of an unpaved dirt road on the Robert L. Graham Nanticoke Wildlife Area near Laurel.
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  • The Delaware Division of Fish and Wildlife announced that new road closure signs have been posted at each end of an unpaved dirt road on the Robert L. Graham Nanticoke Wildlife Area near Laurel.
    The dirt road connects Phillips Landing Road near the boat ramp with Old Sharptown Road on the other side of the wildlife area.
    “This area has been a dumping ground for trash and other illegal activities,” said Division of Fish and Wildlife Enforcement Section Chief James Graybeal. “With the appropriate signage now in place, Fish and Wildlife Enforcement officers will soon begin issuing citations if you are caught using this road after sunset and you are not actively hunting. We will continue to be vigilant in this area with zero tolerance for illegal activities such as dumping.”
    The Division of Fish and Wildlife encourages anyone who witnesses dumping, vandalism, violations of fish and wildlife regulations or other illegal activities on the Nanticoke Wildlife Area to report such activities by calling (800) 523-3336.
    For more information: dnrec.delaware.gov/fw/Hunting/Pages/OpGameTheft.aspx.
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