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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.
The early sun is burning fog off the water and you have the creek to yourself. Trout fishing doesn't get much better.
Early on we learned that even super-abundant renewable resources can be depleted.
Last year's pilot program to return hunters to non-runway areas seemed like the first awkward step in a long journey.
The Progress Fund, which has financed 29 businesses on the Great Allegheny Passage, received a $2 million federal grant for future loans.
Though the monarch population is down 90 percent over the past 20 years, monarch watchers reported encouraging news this summer.
The hunting adventure of a lifetime and you're lining up the sights on a monster bull elk. Bringing the trophy home -- that's another story.
Bicyclists participating in the 12th annual Tour the Montour Sept. 20 will have their choice of five out-and-back distances.
Across much of the United States, natural cycles on land and water have been out of whack since the long, cold polar vortex winter of 2014.
The festival is a fundraiser for the Wildbird Recovery and Songbird Rehabilitation Center off Route 228.
Changing weather patterns, cooler lake waters, shifting routines among bait fish -- it's all impacting the salmon and steelhead.
According to state Game Commission press secretary, the only documented wildlife casualties were about 165 mergansers and other waterfowl.
Outdoors notebook: Permits available to hunt does in CWD management area
Declining ridership and support force ride to Confluence to downsize from a big-scale event to a small-scale nostalgic one.
This live stream focuses on a wooded area near Murrysville.
This wetlands area was built with PennDOT funding to replace wetlands lost during the widening of Route 22, according to PixController, Inc.
On Sept. 1, 1914, the last known passenger pigeon died in the Cincinnati Zoo. Rarely, if ever, have we known the precise moment an entire
A recent survey found that 27 percent of respondents said they had taken a girl or boy hunting who was not related to them.
A comprehensive new survey reveals who is hunting for mourning doves, the ammunition used, where they hunt and whom hunters trust for info.