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Sometimes, it turns out, the best way to create good new habitat is to burn existing old habitat.
The Pennsylvania Game Commission’s fawn survival study is yielding some interesting results, biologists say.
Here’s a look at a hatchery tragedy that will impact fishermen, along with some Sunday hunting news and CWD in two states.
The Pennsylvania Game Commission added about 300 acres to its game lands system this week. That’s more impressive than it might seem.
Looming changes to PA’s deer management assistance program draw a few complaints, even as more changes are possible.
Two bills that would change what guns hunters could carry in the woods have made some recent progress, from opposite directions.
A survey of Loyalhanna Lake turned up some fish, but not necessarily what biologists were expecting.
A review of the Game Commission’s strategic plan for 2009-2014 shows it got high marks for achieving its deer goals, but lower grades for forest health and hunter recruitment.
Hunters can’t take to the woods and fields on Sundays in Pennsylvania, with limited exceptions. A state lawmaker has announced plans to try and change that.
How much “wild” food do hunters and anglers collect in a year’s time in North America? One group founded by a scientist hopes to figure that out.
Pennsylvania wildlife officials have , for the first time ever, scaled back a program aimed at removing extra deer from the landscape, while in New York, a community is going to great expense to get people to kill deer.
With hunting and trapping licenses for 2015-16 now on sale, it’s not to early to start thinking about deer. Just don’t expect the little guys you saw last fall to still be around.
Do you want to fish or boat in a park considered among the best? Or maybe take a hike to remember? There are options all across western Pennsylvania.