Reader-submitted letters to the editor published in the March 1, 2024, edition of Pennsylvania Outdoor News.
I don’t quite remember how we pulled it off, exactly, but I vividly recall more than once getting out of school to help stock Pennsylvania creeks with friends during my high school years.
Last season, 2023, the whitetail rut unfolded early, exactly as predicted, beginning in mid-October and peaking a bit after Halloween. And then it dribbled, grinding its gears as the clutch went out, jerking us around
It’s between fishing seasons, due to the weather, right now. A great way to help fill that void is to attend a meeting of a local fishing club. As a matter of fact, fishing club
Earlier this month I traveled to Cumberland County, Pa., hopefully to see and photograph an unusual bird – a limpkin. If you have never heard of a limpkin, you aren’t alone. Limpkins are native to
Kayakers flocking to what is normally a dry desert region in California’s Death Valley National Park
Who would think there would be boating in California’s Death Valley National Park?
The park is the largest national park in the continental U.S. and encompasses a spot called Badwater Basin, a lonely outpost which
Spring is nature’s way of saying, “Let’s party!” And what better way to celebrate the arrival of this vibrant season than by planning your garden with native plants?
There’s something magical about native flora –
Several anniversaries come to mind as we approach Leopold Week, the annual celebration of legendary conservationist Aldo Leopold and his classic book, A Sand County Almanac.
This year marks the 75th anniversary of the book’s
In my 32 years as an outdoors scribe, I’ve seen a few buzzy topics repeatedly pop up. One is cougars and their imminent re-colonization of the eastern United States.
Thanks in part to trail cameras,