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New research confirms 20-year-old suspicions about ways that deer perceive light that can't be seen by humans.
Raising white-tailed deer is big business in Pennsylvania. Its regulation was transferred to the state Department of Agriculture in 2006.
The heaviest, estimated to weigh more than 872 pounds, was shot by Mark Colt of Ligonier.
PixController will set up two cameras in Hays in mid-December, and has partnered with the Audubon Society to expand educational outreach.
A blind guy passed on the buck because it was too small. I love it," said Glen Lackey, laughing again as he recalled the recent hunt.
Mixed flocks of gregarious, acrobatic and arboreal (tree dwelling) species frequent feeders during cold weather.
Where there are wild brook trout there is clean water worthy of enhanced environmental protections.
Bike Pittsburgh has a full agenda for its annual meeting Thursday in the Lawrence Hall Ballroom at Point Park University.
New research in wild food preparation refutes some traditional field dressing practices, confirms emerging theories and identifies new ways.
Bear meat can be barely edible, the carcass more suitable for a rug or mount. It's all that fat.
Project FeederWatch, Cornell University's premier citizen science opportunity sponsored by the Lab of Ornithology, opened Saturday.
A generation ago black bears were a rare sight in Pennsylvania. Today they're another of the state's wildlife success stories.
The best thing about turkey hunting is the challenge. It's complicated. Don't pick the wrong spot -- they're not there.
Experienced turkey hunters know that these impressive birds have incredible eyesight. You no sooner see a turkey approaching, and it's gone.
Across Southwest Pennsylvania, where municipalities struggle to contain growing deer populations, the deer are winning.
The commission has proposed amending the budget to spend $68,000 on deer management.
This weekend the major Lake Erie tributaries and many smaller streams were teaming with steelhead.
Fruits and nuts of trees and shrubs are collectively referred to as mast. Fleshy fruits and berries are soft mast; nuts are hard mast.
With hunting in decline in some states, Pennsylvania is likely to continue in the tradition, according to a new study.
Various routes proposed for September 11th National Memorial Trail are still in the planning stage.