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Pennsylvania – Mark Nale
Laws and regulations help osprey and bald eagle populations to rebound.
Informed hunters, anglers and trappers need to stop misleading viral emails before they start.
Citizens testifying at the Fish & Boat Commission’s meeting presented differing perspectives about proposed trout regulation changes
Promotion for agency’s new hunting initiative includes a radio spot that demeans hunting and excludes women.
Pa. Fish & Boat Commission’s proposal to expand an existing Delayed Harvest Artificial Lures Only area should offer Delayed Harvest-All Tackle.
The great blue heron is a major predator of trout and, by far, the writer’s least favorite bird.
When the governor or legislative leaders “order” our wildlife commissions to do something, it is always bad news for hunters and anglers.
For sportsmen, clean air and clean water are not a political issue
After a one-year absence, Harrisburg extravaganza meets high expectations.
A reader’s question causes writer to ponder the effects of organized midwinter coyote hunts on deer.
The coyote bounty bill is misguided and will not be effective at saving deer.
New cover article in magazine touts the benefits of hunting deer and other species
Generous landowner stocks stream, opens it to all, posts signs asking no-kill angling
Hunters need access to harvest deer on state forest lands. DCNR opens more roads for hunting, but in some cases, parking is lacking.
September visits to two different state forests in northcentral Pennsylvania revealed recovering deer habitat – new logging, a lush understory and a regenerating forest.
Hemlock wooly adelgid, emerald ash borer will alter face of state’s forests — affecting deer, trout and other species.
Locust leafminer turns hundreds of thousands of trees brown each September, but the insect does little lasting damage
Hunting wild mushrooms provides another way to enjoy the outdoors during the dog days of summer.
Controversy over North Carolina bridge reminds him of Pa.
If you care about the future of fishing, consider using the remaining warm days to expose a youngster in your life to the outdoors
Pen-raised pheasant “imprinting” study could be a waste of time, effort and money.
A concerned sportsman’s email prompts a closer look into the way the Game Commission uses funding from federal excise taxes.
Blair County’s popular Canoe Creek State Park was famous for its large population of bats, however fewer than 100 now remain.
Hunting should be a key to connecting with the natural world, but that isn’t always the case
Eagles always draw a crowd of eager onlookers. Your chances of seeing one in the wild are greater now than any time during the past century.