The “Seedlings for Schools” program provides tree seedlings to classrooms so students can plant them as part of projects to improve wildlife habitat.
Pennsylvania Game Commission
Focus will be on status of Atlantic Flyway waterfowl populations and proposed federal frameworks for the 2017-18 waterfowl hunting seasons.
Reasons why 56 percent of women decline to renew fishing licenses from year to year are among the questions posed to business professors and students to study.
More than 3,500 bear harvested in 2016, including 60 weighing 500 pounds or more, 17 exceeded 600 pounds and the largest about 740 pounds.
Agency proposes assigning hunters drawn for a permit to individual zones, with permits valid over a span of several days to several weeks within existing deer seasons instead of the current one-day hunt.
Agency says move would provide more permanent status and structure to requirements and restrictions that have been addressed by executive order.
Commissioners want to ensure training activities aren’t flushing ringnecks released for hunters.
Board approves conservative, midweek fall turkey season in Wildlife Management Unit 5B, which long has been closed to fall-turkey hunting.
Amendment package includes expanded Sunday hours at Game Commission ranges.
Growing population and geographical distribution warrant change.
Proposal would help sustain pheasant propagation and release.
Pennsylvania is the only state in the nation that currently has no hunting seasons during which semiautomatic rifles can be used.
Those looking to raise pheasants for release on public lands are directed to commercial propagators
Streaming video from Hanover, Pa., nest available again at Game Commission’s website
Plant toxin poisoning indicated in death of sow and three cubs.
With license-fee increase stalled, $8 million budget shortfall forces closures.
In Pennsylvania, the Hunters Sharing the Harvest program is making the most of the state’s deer take.