Echoing the old real estate mantra, “Location, location, location,” David McElroy said his unlikely winter pastime is all about “position.”
Fungus-infecting virus could help track spread of white-nose syndrome in bats; Youth clays; Fly instruction
The spread of the disease is decimating bat populations in the United States.
No worries about frozen feet. The Basic Boating Course on Jan. 28 will be held at dry dock inside the Unionville Fire Hall in Butler County.
Unseasonably warm weather putting the brakes on ice fishing.
RVs have gone from being practical camping vehicles to items of tech-driven luxury, all on display at the annual Pittsburgh RV Show.
Biologists who have worked to re-establish the fisher concede it will eat almost any wild creature that doesn’t eat it first.
Report finds improvements in Chesapeake Bay's overall health; Sport show, flea market; Fly Fishing 101
Water clarity in the Chesapeake Bay is the best it's been in decades, and native rockfish, oyster and blue crab populations are rebounding.
Colder weather brings some ice on area lakes but there have been no reports of solid fishable ice so caution is advised.
Venomous timber rattlesnakes slither among the rocks but their isolation can’t protect them from a mysterious fungus.
The last time this steelhead saw a worm was, well, never.
While the name of a particular salamander may evoke some snickering, a conservation effort to boost its numbers is quite
Michigan declared its Lake Erie waters were polluted by algae. What state or province is next?
This month, during a walking tour of the park, Allegheny County executives announced that the Deer Lakes weed problem had been solved.
Closed since the 2004-05 season, the 70-acre area owned by Seven Springs Mountain Resort, will be revived after a $6.5 million renovation.
Plus: Some legislators believe that in addition to penalizing ATV operators for riding on state lands, Pennsylvania should provide trails
As hibernating bats die by the millions, researchers are testing a new treatment.
Western Pennsylvania has the hills. All you need is snow, and you’ve got a perfect place for sledding and tobogganing.
Every runner loves the latest gear. These gifts will put you in the running for best giver ever.
The water was cold and the walleye bite was smoking throughout the Three Rivers area. A tip: live bait drifted slowly past structure.
The Commonwealth Court ruled that the names of those hunting, or allowing their property to be used in Mt. Lebanon, are protected.
What outdoors lover wouldn’t love to capture aerial videos and photos in real time, viewable on a smartphone?
Even in the cold weather, Pittsburgh’s bike shops offer plenty for cyclists.
It’s all about venison: from health benefits to the making of sausage.
Plus: Bear facts, Fly fishing instruction and hunter information.
The Pennsylvania steelhead program could not exist without the volunteer help of co-op fish nurseries.