Semiautomatic rifles and shotguns and air rifles are coming to Pennsylvania’s woods this fall, if Pennsylvania Game Commissioners give final approval to rules changes preliminarily adopted this week. Here’s their reasoning.
Bad news with stocked pheasants? Sunday hunting? Unusual animals in unusual places, wildlife trafficking, hunter harvests and changing seasons? It’s all here.
Changes may be coming to Pennsylvania’s hunting and trapping seasons. Plus, some previously temporary rules may become permanent.
Game Commissioners will consider a proposal to change the shape of several wildlife management units to better fight chronic wasting disease. It’s not just deer hunters who could be impacted, though. Those who chase bears, turkeys and more might feel the differences.
If you’re a bowhunter, the numbers show you need to be in the woods right now. Plus, news of fall turkeys and more.
If you’ve ever watched an outdoors show on television and thought it doesn’t resemble your adventures, you’re not alone. A new program aims to be more realistic.
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.
Results of Pennsylvania’s summer turkey sighting survey are coming, and an answer on the timing of the spring season.
Sportsmen, hunters and anglers alike, donate a lot of money to support the wildlife and fish they love. How well is it spent?