Pennsylvania has a huge problem with Lyme disease. And while it may have ideas on how to stop its spread or even prevent it, there appears to be little to no money to make any of that happen.
Successful Pennsylvania bear hunters have to check in the animals they harvest. Should they have to, though? Every year? That’s what some are wondering.
Late muzzleloader seasons are set to debut in many states across the country. How will the lead balls they fire perform and what does that mean for hunters? Some new research.
Will a desire to create better, more memorable waterfowl hunting lead to mandatory training? Perhaps at Pymatuning and Middle Creek wildlife management areas.
Bad news with stocked pheasants? Sunday hunting? Unusual animals in unusual places, wildlife trafficking, hunter harvests and changing seasons? It’s all here.
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.
Now here’s a cool idea:exclusive rights to hunt up to 100 acres for a week for you and a buddy. That’s what the Pymatuning Wildlife Management Area may offer going forward.