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Natural Resources

Hunting/Fishing/Archery Range

Hunting/Fishing/Archery Brochure

2015-2016 Hunting Season Weapons Qualifications and Training Courses schedules.

NAS Oceana, NASO Dam Neck Annex, NALF Fentress and NSA Northwest Annex 2013-2014 Deer Hunting Rules and Regulations

Virginia State Hunting Regulations

North Carolina State Hunting Regulations

CNRMA Hunting and Trapping Instruction

CNRMA Fishing Instruction

JEBLCFS Fishing Instruction

Archery Range - The NAS Oceana Natural Resources Program operates an supports an Archery Range, which is adjacent to Building 78, across from the NASO horse stables. This range is open to active duty, retired military, and current DoD civilians. For permitting procedures, see the Permit Validation Process and Application for Permits below.

Permit Validation and Application

Permit Validation Process

Application for Hunting, Fishing and Archery Range Permits for NAS Oceana, Dam Neck Annex, Fentress and Northwest Annex

Hunting Area Maps can be obtained from the Natural Resources Center on Oceana Blvd. (Building 78), 757-433-2151

Oceana Hunting Map

Oceana Small Game Map

Dam Neck Hunting Map

Fentress Hunting Map

Fentress Small Game Map

Northwest Hunting Map

Additional hunting opportunities on Navy property in Hampton Roads

NWS Yorktown Hunting Application and General Information (More information to come)

Hiking/Nature Trails

Oceana Pond Brochure


Species Lists are being updated and will be posted at a later date

Department of Defense Partners in Flight (DoD PIF)

If you would like to learn more about what good things the Military is doing related to Birds please visit the DoD web site at

National Military Fish and Wildlife Association (NMFWA)

If you would like to learn more about what good things the Military is doing related to various aspects of Fish & Wildlife Management, please visit the NMFWA web site at

Please be sure to visit the various NMFWA working group web pages such as: the Invasive Species Working Group; the Herpetology Working Group; the Conservation Law Enforcement Working Group; the Outdoor Recreation Working Group; and the Bats Working Group

Wildlife Brochures

Stray Cats

Venomous Snakes

Beach and Dune Protection


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