Interest in small game hunting has been waning for decades, but one sportsmen’s club is trying hard to keep it alive. Can it succeed?
Changes may be coming to Pennsylvania’s hunting and trapping seasons. Plus, some previously temporary rules may become permanent.
Yeah, they’re as nasty looking as you’d expect. What impact the appearance of gill lice in Pennsylvania will have is the question. Plus, more outdoor news.
Sportsmen, hunters and anglers alike, donate a lot of money to support the wildlife and fish they love. How well is it spent?
Ruffed grouse — and grouse hunters — have more to worry about than just disappearing habitat. Ice fishermen have had their struggles this winter, too.
Teens interested in becoming “conservation ambassadors” while learning about white-tailed deer, ruffed grouse, black bears or brook trout and in learning about fly fishing and coldwater environments are being recruited right now.
Fundraising banquets held over the winter by sportsmen’s groups are providing some tangible benefits for hunters and wildlife.