Chapman State Park in Warren County is hardly big at 862 acres. It seems all the smaller for being surrounded on all sides by much larger chunks of public land, including the 514,000-plus acres of
A look at upcoming outdoor-related events from across Pennsylvania published in the Dec. 8, 2023, print edition of Pennsylvania Outdoor News.
Pennsylvania cuffs and collars are field reports from Wildlife Game Wardens and Waterways Conservation Officers published in the Dec. 8, 2023, edition of Pennsylvania Outdoor News.
Climate change is claiming farmland at “an alarmingly high rate” in one of the Mid-Atlantic’s most productive agricultural regions, inflicting tens of millions of dollars in economic damage, a team of scientists says in a
The Department of Conservation and Natural Resources recently announced that the agency has added the 2,500-acre Miller Mountain property in Wyoming County, and the property is now included in Pinchot State Forest.
Despite increased catches of Atlantic striped bass in 2022, fishing mortality threatens to derail efforts to increase the species’ spawning stock by 2029.
After Atlantic striped bass were declared overfished by the Atlantic States Marine
Two Luzerne County residents have been charged for the unlawful taking, killing and possession of numerous white-tailed deer and other related criminal offenses, according to Pennsylvania Game Commission officials.
Michael Terpak, 38 and Charles Olson,
A new process for selecting commissioners for both the Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission and the Game Commission was instituted by Gov. Josh Shapiro’s administration earlier this year.
The new process was supposed to put
New regulations aimed at stemming the spread of invasive aquatic species will take effect in Pennsylvania Jan. 1.
Anglers and boaters will be required to clean their watercraft before leaving or entering a fishery, and