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Opponents of the program again lined Washington Road before the commission’s discussion session and subsequent meeting.
There are a lot of good reasons to take a kid fishing. To spark a lifelong connection with the natural world, build confidence, have fun …
Early spring is a great time to work on identifying the common ducks found on local waterways.
Point State Park manager Matt Greene will start a new job this week for the state Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.
Experts say even predators aren’t a solution to deer problem.
Wildlife Specialilsts Inc. of Tioga County had been hired to kill up to 150 deer by March 31.
With just six deer killed since the first shots were fired in the Mt. Lebanon deer cull, the program will not reach the commissioners’ goal.
A witness called 911 at 11:19 a.m. Wednesday to report seeing the man going over the falls on the Youghiogheny River.
Several Pittsburgh-area communities and nature groups with land reserves routinely kill white-tailed deer to thin problem herds.
Film and TV depict the rugged fly fisherman tossing 60-yard casts with stunning grace and precision until … BAM!
In a conflicted theater of operations with secret tactical details and escalating rhetoric, shots were fired last week.
After a brief warm-up the first few days of March, we had our only big snow of the winter — 14 inches on March 5.
The Game Commission reported hunters took 303,973 whitetails, a decrease of about 14 percent compared to the 2013-14 harvest of 352,920.
"To report once a week was a decision made jointly by our manager and our commission president," a commission spokesman said.
In Mt. Lebanon, three white-tailed deer were killed Tuesday night — the first in a bait-trap-and-kill deer reduction program.
Fly fishing guide Lance Wilt is on a mission to make the sport easier.
Brian Benner of Wildlife Specialists in Tioga County said Sunday that some of the necessary equipment wasn’t in place.
Commissioners voted last month to pay a company $500 per deer up to $75,000 to remove about 150 white-tailed deer by the end of March.
The buzz about a walleye fishing class spread so quickly that organizers were taken by surprise when the 150 available seats sold out early.
With lakes and rivers still mostly frozen, it may seem overly optimistic to think of spring. But it's coming.
Pennsylvania's statewide trout season opens April 18; the regional season begins April 4 in 18 southeastern counties.