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The flash of vibrant colors during the flush of a ring-neck pheasant rooster is one of Pennsylvania's most thrilling hunting experiences.
Wildlife biologists from around the world will gather in Pittsburgh for their annual meeting Oct. 25-30.
State senate passes safety measure, bill returns to House
Five friends will take a 100-mile ride today along the Great Allegheny Passage to raise awareness and money for the Arthritis Foundation.
Much about good wing shooting is instinctual and range practice is imperative but planning can make all the difference.
The September 11th National Memorial Trail in Pennsylvania will extend 300 miles from the Delaware River to the Flight 93 crash site.
Cheswick's Dan McCoy works his way to the top of the sled hockey world, then finds that his priorities are changing.
The Youghiogheny River's growing notoriety comes from fish, namely trout and smallmouth bass -- big ones and lots of them.
Feeding deer is a habit that makes wildlife biologists cringe.
Days before the opening of the archery deer season, the Game Commission temporarily banned all hunting and trapping in seven townships.
Something fishy is going on up one isolated Fayette County "holler."
After three years of rain for the Tour de Mon, its organizers welcome the forecast of sunny and warm today for its fourth annual rides.
The municipality hears from a wildlife management expert in its effort to reduce the number of traffic accidents caused by deer.