Knowing the odds will help increase your chances of bagging a buck this year.
Whether it be hunting, fishing or environmental issues, extreme doesn’t work.
While national parks and forests have a minimal imprint in Pennsylvania, ample public land is still one of state’s strong points.
Beginning in mid-August, many trees — sometimes entire groups of trees — started to turn prematurely brown. What is the cause?
A trip out-of-state will help you to appreciate Pennsylvania state parks.
Reader email prompts a closer look at treble hooks.
The angling public should be better informed and have a say as to whether a Class A stream is removed from the stocking list.
While others appear to be down, some Pennsylvania bird species were actually more common the past few months.
Negative publicity about lead ammo is not an assault on my right to hunt or bear arms, it is just factual reporting, common sense and switching would be good for the image of hunting.
Seeing deer off and on all day, pleasant weather and the harvest of a nice buck make for a great day.
Sighting in your rifle is one of the foundations to a successful hunt.
An attractive wide-spread wildflower, it can be used as a food or to prevent erosion.
Blogger always amazed by the variety of bird nest designs and locations.
At least three Pennsylvania Fish & Boat commissioners think that catch-and-release, artificial-lures-only regulations would be best for 3,000 miles of the state’s best streams.
The Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission made a wise choice when it created a new “all-tackle” Keystone Select Stocked Trout Water in Centre County.
In January, Pennsylvania Game Commissioners approved a statewide 2-week concurrent deer season. But will it hold up for final approval in April?
The number of shots heard while hunting is not an accurate measure of the deer population in the state.
Will vigilance, persistence and science be able to control this terrible pest in Pennsylvania and beyond?
It’s probably done by the same type of person who uses road signs for target practice.
Short- and long-term effects on wildlife in Pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania has enough wild trout streams to keep an angler busy for years.
Personal complaints aside, it was the correct decision to open trout season early in Pennsylvania, and six weeks out, everything seems normal.
Misinformation and trout law-breakers run rampant on social media – and sadly, they seem to be proud of it and make no effort to become informed.
The coronavirus is impacting outdoor use and will likely impact it more as the pandemic progresses.
Concurrent deer seasons give hunters a choice and increase the odds for success for those with limited time to hunt.
Wheels of justice have turned slowly in the case of 2 teens who tortured buck, but slow justice can be good justice.