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Demand for some popular ammunition caused huge manufacturer backlogs that led to sharp increases in wholesale and retail prices.
With the 2015 bald eagle nesting season underway, expect the first eggs to be laid within the next few weeks.
The proposal would require those without proper licensing to acquire a free user permit.
The Fish and Boat Commission's 10-member board will vote on a proposal to designate 10 stream sections as Class A Wild Trout waters.
Brought to America in the 1890s, the invasive species may be declining in number, but sympathy for the bird is hard to find.
Sub-zero temperatures get me thinking about how wildlife copes with severe conditions. Black bears have developed an admirable strategy.
Municipal officials last week sent documents to the commission requesting permission to conduct an archery hunt into February.
For hunters polar vortex temperatures can stiffen archery gear and a warm drink from a thermos can go down like a comforting sip of heaven.
The evidence is usually obvious. A pile of brown feathers indicates a mourning dove. Red feathers, a cardinal. Yellow suggests a goldfinch.
As Mt. Lebanon struggles with its deer management problem, one proven method has been ignored: hunting on private property.
The first of the planned 50 docking stations for the Pittsburgh Bike Share rental program are scheduled to go up as early as March.
"Trees are great for the environment, but you have to plant something that will resist the next disease that comes through."
Serious wildlife watchers are often frustrated when life gets in the way. Work, school and fatigue compete for time in the field.
Steve Vamossy of South Park shot this nice 8-point Dec. 1 while hunting near Tidioute in Warren County.
Ski resorts, manufacturers offer variety of programs to encourage people to come out and try the slopes.
The Post-Gazette staff voted the following as the top 10 stories of the year carrying local significance.
The secretive rodents are common in Northern Pennsylvania mountains, but recently the prickly rodents are reclaiming more area.
In 1982, only three pairs of bald eagles nested in the entire state of Pennsylvania. This year, three pairs nested along the three rivers.
Blending tradition and technology, the Sewickley Hunt nears a century of fox hunts.