Outdoors


Hunting & Fishing


Light that is invisible to humans may make hunters 'glow' in the eyes of deer

New research confirms 20-year-old suspicions about ways that deer perceive light that can't be seen by humans.



Outdoors notebook: 88 elk taken in one-week hunt

The heaviest, estimated to weigh more than 872 pounds, was shot by Mark Colt of Ligonier.


 

Outdoors


Wildlife: There are plenty of problems with deer farms

Raising white-tailed deer is big business in Pennsylvania. Its regulation was transferred to the state Department of Agriculture in 2006.



Pittsburgh area to get bald eagle cameras

PixController will set up two cameras in Hays in mid-December, and has partnered with the Audubon Society to expand educational outreach.


 
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Watching wildlife

The female bald eagle alights to a new perch after leaving her two remaining chicks in their nest in the Hays neighborhood of Pittsburgh on Aug. 10.
Building on the popularity of the Hays eagle cam, this Post-Gazette wildlife camera page features feeds from PixController and others in Pittsburgh and around the world.

Catch a glimpse of ospreys in eastern Pennsylvania, peregrine falcons and more by clicking here or visiting www.post-gazette.com/wildlifecams

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