The Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania is offering a new virtual classroom program to all public and private schools in the region.
In a recent interview, Brackett challenged the need for a urine scent ban and the widely accepted belief chronic wasting disease is fatal.
Let the birds come and go as they please, but stump the deer and raccoons with this contraption.
Currently, the program allows children younger than 12 and adults older than 18 to hunt with the guidance of an experienced hunter.
A roundup of what is biting on regional waterways.
A Dunbar Creek feeder stream was guaranteed long-term protection when a ministry donated a conservation easement to the conservancy.
In the aftermath of last week’s winter storm, many readers wondered how birds survive snowstorms and frigid temperatures.
In this weekly feature photo, Cara Jo Della Toffalo, 11, of Harmony downed her first deer, a button buck taken with a crossbow in Butler
Though seldom seen, Coyotes are everywhere — but just how much do you truly know about one of the most adaptable animals in North America?
To date, more than 20 miles of access to Lake Erie tributaries have been added under the Erie Access Improvement program.
In the fall, tree sparrows head south in search of food and more hospitable weather. By mid to late December, they usually reach Western Pa.
As many municipalities are learning, wildlife management is a vital element of land stewardship.
The agriculture industry, and the price Americans pay for produce, depend on the ability of wild bats to keep insect populations in check.
Whether you’re struggling to master a whip finish or going rogue on your own CDC patterns, there’s a class, course or demo for you.
The story of how a missing tree can make a grown man cry.
With suction-cup mouths and razor-sharp teeth, lampreys fasten themselves to their prey and suck out body fluids.
Researchers are documenting the dispersal of mountain lions from established western populations into America’s central heartland.
Still need a resolution for 2016? Try taking a look at the Milky Way every now and then on a clear night this month.
A 2013 survey reflects a shift in the primary motivation for all those journeys into the woods, marshes and fields.
A brush pile should be at least 3 feet tall, but bigger is better.
From the search, to strapping it to the roof of your car, to recycling it, finding your tree can be a fun learning experience.
Resorts in region are offering plenty of off-snow activities but anticipate to be able to make snow in the coming days, nights.
There are a few helpful ways to cut costs without cutting fun when learning how to ski or for everyday skiers.
Try a Vivitar action camera, DeLorme’s global communication device, a LifeStraw Personal Water Filter or a Venture Outdoors membership.
The dispute is over having year-round access to Neals Run Road, a one-lane township road to their weekend home that borders Seven Springs.
Not long ago, bears were mostly isolated in remote regions of the Appalachian Mountains.
National Tunnel closed for safety reasons because of ice build-up in the winter.
Matt Bauman of Bloomfield used his computer and open-source software and monitored a heavy bicycle-automobile area in Oakland.
Jefferson, Md., native who died more than four years ago loved riding on popular trails.
The small community along the Great Allegheny Passage was recognized for its start-up and expansion of small local businesses.
The completion of an intersection and bridge will allow bicyclists to pedal 36 miles of the 46-mile Montour Trail without interruption.
According to North Bend Rail Trail legend, a mysterious woman would appear in one of the tunnels over a century ago.
From October through December, bucks chase does with one objective — mating.
The Salvation Army starts its monthlong “Bikes for Kids” program Oct. 24 at two South Hills locations.
The John C. Oliver Multi-Purpose Loop Trail honors the DCNR’s first secretary.
On Tuesday, the State Board of Game Commissioners approved more expensive replacement costs for people responsible for killing of eagles.
The Leaf Peppers Ride features some great scenery on a trail that was formerly right-of-way for the Western Maryland Railway.
Scott officials are unhappy about the hunting taking place in Twin Hills Park but are not sure what they can do about it.
No incidents have occurred in the first days of the archery hunt, but some residents believe it’s only a matter of time.
The three-hour downtown tours is packed with a lot of Pittsburgh culture and history.
The September 11th National Memorial Trail Alliance aim to build a 7-mile portion from Garrett to Shanksville.
Bicyclists face tough choice with three fine events on September menu.
Mid-September reopening almost sure thing for Pinkerton Tunnel, and bicyclists will love it.
Hartley relishes hunting as much as savors kicking — and he has unusual second job as reality TV star on “Southern Chaos.”
The plan unveiled today would boost the cost of an adult resident hunting license by $20 over five years.
Last year I saw just one monarch. So I’m not surprised that I’ve gotten lots of mail asking how monarchs are doing this year.
The Allegheny Trail Alliance is asking volunteers to station themselves next to the monitors to conduct manual counts to verify accuracy.
White Buffalo, a nonprofit wildlife management group, is recruiting residents who would allow archery hunters to shoot deer in Mt. Lebanon.
Accidently killing a green snake with a lawn mower is regrettable, but it provides a fascinating lesson in chemical pigmentation.
The event includes two different guided bike tours and ends with a party.