Not easy to trust politicians’ words, but let’s hope they come through with the license-fee increases so desperately needed by agencies.
Though popular in the southern and central United States, fried green tomatoes deserve more respect in North County, the author says, and she has a recipe to convince you.
Fishkill in Pennsylvania stream from lampricide shows risk of program that protects Great Lakes.
For the second consecutive year, a pair of federally endangered piping plovers are raising chicks on Presque Isle State Park’s Gull Point. Further heightening this breaking conservation news is the nesting of a pair of state-endangered common terns on the same beach, maybe the first time both species have nested there since the mid-20th century.
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YouTube angling video producers like Nick Calcara’s 618 Fishing have inspired the author’s family to tackle the “Big Bait Challenge.
While bass to the north of our state take a longer time to grow big, and some fish in southern states reach large size much faster, we here in the middle are pretty good at producing big bass rather quickly, too.
Not only will the trout benefit, but also the watershed in its entirety, including the anglers who call it home.
Hunter from Pennsylvania; another grizzly dies from eating pesticides in north-central Montana.
Lose enough big bass, walleyes, or pike, and eventually everyone figures out how to coax their catch into a net.
The largemouth virus did it: Mystery of Susquehanna River smallmouth bass kill solved 13 years later
Concerns remain, but there reportedly have never been so many big bass in the Lower Susquehanna for anglers.
Includes project at Valley Forge National Historical Park in Pennsylvania and New York's Statue of Liberty National Monument.
White-tailed deer fawns fare better in farmland than forests — in Pennsylvania and across North America
Researchers modeled fawn survival relative to the percentage of agricultural land cover. The estimated average survival to six months of age was about 41 percent in contiguous forest landscapes with no agriculture. For every 10 percent increase in land area in agriculture, fawn survival increased by almost 5 percent.
Hunting, fishing and gardening go together in Pennsylvania.
More than a third of those refuges are on lands in the Great Lakes region.
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