Deer farm owner, archer settle out of court; bowhunter gives up antlers, venison
Pennsylvania – Jeff Mulhollem
Cost of hunting, fishing in Pennsylvania likely to increase sharply in next few years.
If it does get warmer in our future, anglers will have to go much farther to find fish
39-year-old bitten by timber rattler at camp in rural Pennsylvania dies enroute to hospital
Doctor shares little-known facts about ticks, Lyme disease borne of his experience
In recent ranking, Keystone State rated highly for trails, fly-fishing, kayaking
If hunters complain about everything, he says, it looks like we don’t know what we want
Persuades Vermont wildlife officials to ban hunters’ use of deer urine
Game commissioners trying to sooth angry hunters, protect forest habitat
Little-known, novel, Penn State study of turkey mating obscured by time
Annual national report has Keystone State among buck, doe harvest leaders.
Game Commission bear biologist Mark Ternent revealed the agency is going to do research on the phenomenon.
Many believe deer should be relocated to public lands in Pa.’s Northern Tier
Agency must deal with both urban and rural deer-management concerns.
In justifying new research, agency addresses higher numbers of ‘other’ predators.
Game management officials speculate about elk vulnerability
Researcher reveals that common-in-Pa. animal plays key role in limiting disease
Surging populations will allow western states to trap, transfer birds.
Uncommon devotion shown by many readers of Pennsylvania Outdoor News
Expensive research project would be public relations problem and would not benefit deer herd.
Game Commission officials admit they’re not sure whether breeding populations of feral swine exist
Actions taken in other states have relevance to Pennsylvania sportsmen.
New research reveals that tree growth speeds up with old age
USGS study shows that while stocked brown trout can interfere with wild brookies, real threat is habitat degradation.
5X5 was a year or maybe two away from being a truly regal animal
Endangered 2-foot-long salamander was once common in Pennsylvania, much of the East, but no more.