Four waters were in the running, but only one could be named Pennsylvania’s river of the year for 2017. We’ve got a winner.
It’s America’s longest-running citizen science project for birds and a wonderful chance to introduce people to the outdoors. And it’s all getting underway right now.
For likely the first time in decades, there may well be some hunting for wild pheasants in Pennsylvania next fall. Only a very few will get to participate, however.
Changes may be coming to Pennsylvania’s hunting and trapping seasons. Plus, some previously temporary rules may become permanent.
Poaching remains a persistent problem, even as the nature of poachers has changed. Plus, more outdoor news.
The number of turkeys, and young turkeys especially, spotted last month varied considerably around the state, according to a new survey. Some really monster bucks were seen, though, while opportunities to have fun outside are available.
A public meeting to discuss plans for Donegal Lake is scheduled, and one for Somerset Lake is in the works. Raptors at each are on their own, though.