The blast was part of maintenance on a Norfolk Southern Railroad line not far from the Hays eagles’ new nest.
There is a “strong Indication” are that the pair is caring for a third egg, as they took turns sitting on the nest Sunday while never
Noted deer authority C.J. Winand bones to pick with details of Pennsylvania’s deer management policy.
But there is growing concern among some hunters that a new hierarchy of predators is taking a bite out of game species populations.
Volunteers are needed for trout stockings at Neshannock Creek in Lawrence County and Big Sewickley Creek in Allegheny County in March.
The pair, who lost their last nest in a windstorm, are bringing materials to a sycamore tree nearby.
Eagle authorities say it is almost certain there will be no nestlings this year, no February Valentines at the nest on Hays hill.
The only egg was destroyed Sunday but might not have been viable even before the nest was destroyed.
Red Bull Flugtag, a contest of 40 teams competing to fly their aircraft the farthest, joins the Regatta on Aug. 5.
The state Game Commission is expected to earn nearly $1.5 million in bonus payments following a deal to extract natural gas from game lands.
Greg Hoover, an author, fly fisherman and recently retired Penn State entomologist will talk about early-season fly fishing at Cabin Fever.
C.J. Winand says problems exist in the ambitious and controversial deer plan, but the Game Commission gets a lot of it right, too.
The egg was visible at 5:49 p.m. on the Hays webcam. The eagles are currently taking turns in the nest incubating the egg.
Walleye is the hot catch up and down the Allegheny River.
The green space would offer kayakers and other boaters easy access to the Allegheny River.
Many Congressional Republicans believe Pres. Obama’s last-day order to make it illegal to use lead bullets and sinkers was a political jab.
As executive director Matt Hough prepares to leave the Game Commission, his successor enters under easier circumstances
In 2014, Hough was appointed executive director of the Game Commission; he accepted as a short-term favor for the wildlife agency he loved.
The annual Cupid’s Undie Run lets people take it off and take off around the North Shore for charity next Saturday.
The third annual event on Moon trails celebrates popular big-tired bicycles that can go through snow and mud, over logs and more.
Cool weather energized trout at North Park Lake and several bodies of water in Westmoreland County.
Municipal manager Keith McGill said there were no incidents or complaints throughout the 2016-17 archery hunt, which ended Saturday.
Fayette County’s Ohiopyle State Park hosts sleds, skis, snowshoes, a sleigh, dog sleds and more at its Sugarloaf Sledding Area.
Pymatuning crappie anglers will face new size and creel limits beginning March 1.
Among the final executive orders and memoranda left by President Barack Obama was a new ban on lead-based ammunition and fishing tackle.
Helen Macdonald will talk about how writing her book helped her get over the depression gripping her after the death of her father.
Statewide Special Olympics opens Sunday at Seven Springs Mountain Resort, where ski and snowshoe competitions run Monday and Tuesday.
Winter festivals at Boyce Park and Moraine State Park turn the frozen into fun.
It’s late January and Lake Erie and most area lakes have yet to form solid ice, but shore fishing with live bait was profitable for anglers.