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Woolrich woman is longtime bird counter

November 9, 2013 WOOLRICH — Tens of thousands of citizen-scientists will take a few minutes out of their busy lives and count birds beginning Sunday. more »»

All Ruffed Out

November 8, 2013 BELLEFONTE — Less than a year old, Ruffed Outdoors is working to leverage its initial success into a successful KickStarter campaign to finance a small-run production of jackets, pants and hats. more »»

Unique former railroad tunnel, turn trail is closed for repairs

November 2, 2013 HOWARD — Due to deplorable conditions, Poe Paddy Tunnel in Bald Eagle State Forest is remaining closed while the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources evaluates, works with engineers and... more »»

Writer, husband share love of outdoors

November 2, 2013 I have an adventurous spirit. I love to travel, see and experience new things, and I adore the outdoors. more »»

Peers select wildlife management director for award

October 12, 2013 HARRISBURG — A Pennsylvania Game Commission bureau director has been recognized by his peers nationwide for his commitment to excellence in wildlife management. Calvin W. more »»

Hang gliders flying this weekend at Hyner View

October 12, 2013 RENOVO — Flaming Foliage weekend is a real good indication that the area has begun to welcome fall. more »»

Keystone Elk Country Alliance

September 28, 2013 BENEZETTE — A good portion of the state’s population lives within four hours or less of the Elk Country Visitors Center in Benezette. more »»

Local panfish league brings home trophies

September 21, 2013 McELHATTAN — Another tournament down and another one for the record books for the Northeast Panfish League at Lily Lake in Luzerne County on Sunday, Sept 8. more »»

Who put the calendar on fast forward?

September 21, 2013 Sunday, Sept. 22, at 4:44 p.m. EDT marks the beginning of the Autumnal Equinox. more »»

Naturally grown food

August 31, 2013 By JESSICA WELSHANS For The Express WOOLRICH — Susan Blesh, of Woolrich, woke one Saturday morning and readied her family for its weekly jaunt. more »»

Little Pine State Park plans September programs

August 31, 2013 WATERVILLE — For the weekends in September, nature programs for the public will be offered only on Saturdays at Little Pine State Park. more »»

Fall is for planting!

August 23, 2013 Before you know it, fall will be upon us and wonderful bargains will become available at the nearby nurseries, so don’t put those tools away yet — there’s plenty of time left to plan next year’s... more »»

Pennsylvania waterfowl seasons announced

August 23, 2013 HARRISBURG — The Pennsylvania Game Commission has made its selections for the 2013-14 migratory game bird hunting seasons and bag limits. more »»

Local firefighters are back from Alaska

August 23, 2013 LOCK HAVEN — Six specialized firefighters from Tiadaghton State Forest, District 12, including Lock Haven native Doug Frederick, have returned from Alaska. more »»

Chronic wasting disease impacts hunting out-of-state

August 23, 2013 HARRISBURG — The thousands of Pennsylvania hunters who soon will be heading off to hunt big game in other states can do their share to slow the spread of chronic wasting disease in the Commonwealth. more »»

A great day of panfishing

August 17, 2013 By GREG MARTIN It was an incredible day for the Northeast Panfish League and it’s third tournament, held on Rose Valley Lake in Lycoming County. more »»

Deadline quickly approaching to apply for elk license

August 10, 2013 Elk were gone from Pennsylvania for about 50 years at the time the Game Commission began efforts to reintroduce them to the state in 191. more »»

Monarch Butterfly population drops to an all-time low

August 3, 2013 Due mostly to the severe drought and excessive heat in the Midwest during the summer of 2012, monarch numbers have dwindled to an all-time low. more »»

Hunter-Trapper Education class set

August 3, 2013 JERSEY SHORE — There will be a two- day Hunter-Trapper Education class held at the Northcentral Regional office of the PA Game Commission, located just south of Jersey Shore on Rt. 4. more »»

 
 

 

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