A Butler County-based gun maker has crafted a matching set of 1911 pistols from a meteorite. If they sell for the asking price, they’ll match the record for the most expensive firearms ever.
There’s one relatively small lodge in one Pennsylvania state park. Should more, perhaps larger, facilities be developed elsewhere? Lawmakers may explore the idea.
Nature is hard and cruel at times, but wildlife rehabilitators work to aid those creatures that encounter suffering.
In days past the outdoors were largely seen as the refuge of men, and men only. That’s changing fast, as more and more women take up hunting, fishing and outdoor recreation.
The time for excuses is soon at an end. Pennsylvania’s first “fish for free day” is approaching, and brings potential for big fish.
Interested in wacky tales from around the outdoors? Check out these stories, of baby squirrels, killer crocs, dangerous fish and an invasive species gone wild.
The Game Commission is making some changes to how it manages state game lands. Habitat — and probably cost, to a lesser degree — are the reasons.
If you’re still looking to bag a spring gobbler, or even hoping to fill a second tag, late afternoons and early evenings offer a unique opportunity.
Squarebill crankbaits are a great way to find bass whenever they’re in shallow water. Experts offer some tips on fishing them.