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New research suggests that hard-working canine athletes require special year-round diets and supplements.
Though surprisingly strong and potentially mobile shortly after birth, fawns know to stay hidden in dense vegetation after birth.
The state Fish and Boat Commission recently purchased stream frontage on both sides of Twelvemile Creek in Erie County.
A roundup of what‘s biting on regional waterways.
Today Eurasian collared doves occur across the U.S., though for some reason their numbers are small in the mid-Atlantic and Northeastern
Last week researchers in the Pennsylvania Wilds darted a 14-year-old cow elk and slung a video camera and GPS unit to her neck.
One of America's “last great places,” French Creek is among the cleanest and most biologically diverse streams in eastern United States.
Using a spinning rod and a red plastic worm, Doug Leichliter of Greensburg caught this nice rainbow trout on Mill Creek.
Habitat loss, invasive species, agricultural runoff, industrial pollution and fishing have threaten sustainability of Chesapeake Bay.
In mid-May, Emily Adair of Ingram learned to trust in the old angler's adage -- to get the fish to bite say, "OK, last cast."
Joe Brown of East Pittsburgh did well fishing the Braddock stretch of the Monongahela River, where he caught this 2-foot, 10-pound channel
From 12:01 a.m. to 11:59 p.m. July 4, fishing licenses are not needed for residents and non-residents fishing in the state's waterways.
Honored by the Ojibwa Indians, revered for its size and difficulty to catch, the fabled "fish of 10,000 casts" struck on the first cast.
Pennsylvania’s second and final free fishing day of 2014 will be held July 4. From 12:01 a.m. to 11:59 p.m.