Once a fisherman always a fisherman? Not necessarily. Anglers may fish throughout their lives, but they don’t necessarily do it consistently every year.
Bald eagles have made a dramatic comeback over the years. Wildlife watchers can see how they’re doing by monitoring two nests online.
It’s never easy for a hunter to call it quits. One man made sure that before he hung up his rifle, he got in one last adventure.
Poaching has long been a huge problem when it comes to wildlife. A new research effort is looking to see how law enforcement efforts meant to combat it are working.
The Allegheny River is home to some nice walleyes. But where do they come from? And how will that impact future management decisions?
Readers took some special deer this fall. Plus, two hunters elsewhere in the country took some unusual animals.
The firearms deer season was an unusual one, but then, the fall hunts are changing altogether. Plus, news on steelhead access and more.
Ticks are spreading across Pennsylvania, and bringing Lyme disease with them. A task force offered recommendations on how to respond.
A marketing effort carried out locally in part and meant to re-engage lapsed hunters hasn’t led to an increase in license sales just yet, and its future is up in the air.