At this time of year, deer hunters hope to see some color.
Forty American flags stood tall and the sound of bagpipes rang out on State Game Lands 93 in Somerset County as the Pennsylvania Game Commission rededicated a memorial to honor the 40 heroic passengers and crew members of United Airlines Flight 93.
While 2021-22 antlerless deer licenses are sold out in many of the state’s Wildlife Management Units (WMUs), licenses figure to remain available in at least a half-dozen WMUs by Monday, Sept. 13 — the date when over-the-counter antlerless license sales begin statewide.
The Pennsylvania Game Commission’s two-month public survey on wild turkey sightings has ended, but participants are encouraged to report their July and August sightings through Monday, Sept. 6.
The Pennsylvania Game Commission today responded to recent reports about the connection between COVID-19 and deer, pointing out there’s no evidence deer can spread the virus to humans or that humans are at risk of contracting the virus from consuming venison.
The Pennsylvania Bureau of Forestry wants outdoor enthusiasts to know the boxes at Forbes State Forest are artificial den sites for fishers, a large member of the weasel family native to these mountains.
The Pennsylvania Game Commission will be hosting free webinars to provide new and existing hunters of all ages the information and resources needed to be successful this fall.
While the fires burn out west and the heat and drought consume a large portion of the country it is comforting to know that we live in an area that has far fewer weather problems and extremes than most regions.
The famous quote, "Go west young man," was attributed to Horrace Greely, publisher of the New York Tribune newspaper and one time presidential candidate when he referred to the expansion westward of our young country.
One Pennsylvania raptor soon might be placed on the state’s endangered-species list, while another that’s presently classified as a threatened species could be upgraded.
Swift work by local law enforcement led to the apprehension of the ATV rider who fled State Game Lands 326 in Schuylkill County Monday morning after running over a Game Commission employee at a high speed.
Wildlife health experts from the WFP at Penn Vet and officials from the Pennsylvania Game Commission are investigating more than 70 general public reports of songbirds that are sick or dying due to an emerging health condition that is presently unknown.
Nature is unpredictable, which means it is sometimes benevolent, offering up surprises that surpass the best laid plans of people.
Deer season still might be months away, but hunters who will need antlerless deer licenses in 2021-22 soon will need to fill out and send in their applications.
ERIE, Pa. — Going old school turned out to be the right call for Eric Low, of Buxton, Maine, who turned in a three-day total of 48 pounds, 8 ounces, to win the TNT Fireworks B.A.S.S. Nation Northeast Regional on Lake Erie.