The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree – and for better or worse, it’s all my fault.
Soil removes some emerging contaminants from wastewater in Pennsylvania study.
Abundant forest species seen as canary in a coal mine when it comes to climate.
University Park, Pa. —Researchers in Penn State’s College of Agricultural Sciences are spearheading a four-year-old collaborative effort to assess the impact of a warming climate on the Eastern red-backed salamander, a creature that lives on or under the forest floor. Because these salamanders do not have lungs, breathe through their skin and must live in damp places, they are extremely…
Walleyes may lose out to largemouth bass if lakes continue to get warmer
Debate over seniors paying for stocked pheasants continues in Pennsylvania
Experts are telling us that much of what we thought we knew about both is wrong.
How predators deal with each other in Pennsylvania may determine fawn mortality (and a lot more)
Invasive species are a huge problem in Pennsylvania woods and waters
Pennsylvania officials not ready to ban lead ammo, fishing weights
If you know of a deserving person, out us know
Book about Pennsylvania fishes took a long, long time to complete
With just a few days left in the legislative session as this issue went to press, it looked like none of the nine bills affecting hunters and fishermen had a strong chance of being approved and becoming law.
State game commissioners got an earful about increased crop damage by deer at their recent meeting.
Pennsylvania auditor general expected to review size of Game Commission’s SUV fleet
State agencies still sparring over fate of polluted, once-great Pennsylvania smallmouth bass fishery
After 30-year reintroduction and recovery program, Pennsylvania agency ready to call population “secure”
If this year seems to you to be extremely hot and dry, it’s because it has been. If you are worried about how the parched conditions are affecting wild trout waters, you are justified.
University Park, Pa. — Selective browsing by white-tailed deer likely is promoting the spread of some invasive plant species in northeastern U.S. forests, as deer avoid eating vegetation they find unpalatable. That’s the conclusion of researchers who conducted a study of deer dietary choices at the Penn State Deer Research Center, during which captive deer were simultaneously offered a selection…
High predator numbers continue to be an issue in Pennsylvania
will be enlarged
Turns out, it was the Game Commission’s drone-control plan – and not drones – that didn’t fly.
Fish intelligence in question in Pennsylvania
Game Commission’s dogs bad medicine for poachers in Pennsylvania; good news for hunters
Pennsylvania officials pondering deer culls to slow disease spread.
New regulation requires they remove old licenses and tags from their wallets