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What are the environmental impacts of fighting hemlock woolly adelgid?

February 1, 2016 With a proposed plan in place to combat hemlock woolly adelgid that includes chemical and biological elements, what environmental impact will those treatments have? For people, not much. more »»

Winter is maintenance time for sportsmen

January 21, 2016 Interest in ice fishing piquing with the onset of frigid weather, I started getting ice fishing gear out of storage, checking my stock of jigs and making certain everything is in working order. more »»

All things change...

January 21, 2016 I am constantly amazed at 2 things. 1) How much we change. Myself, other people, and society. 2) All the things I don’t know. Not in an egotistical way. more »»

PGC: Time for pheasant chick and egg programs

January 21, 2016 Sportsmen’s organizations with approved propagation facilities can augment local ring-necked pheasant stockings and increase localized hunting opportunities by raising day-old pheasant chicks... more »»

Our waterways are under assault

January 14, 2016 Wetlands, ponds, lakes, spring streams, creeks and rivers are all under assault from something having negative impact. more »»

USFS fighting Emerald Ash Borer

January 2, 2016 The U.S. Forest Service is on the attack against Emerald Ash Borer on the Allegheny National Forest. more »»

US Forest Service wants to improve access to Beanfields near Buckaloons

January 2, 2016 The U.S. Forest Service wants to make access to the Beanfields near Buckaloons safer for all involved. more »»

Weather has ‘forced’ some flowering plants into bloom

January 2, 2016 The abnormally warm temperatures over the last few weeks has “forced” some flowering plants into bloom. more »»

In like a lion, out like a pussycat

December 31, 2015 You may recall that last winter at this time you were freezing your nose if you stepped outside. Snow was on the ground, and it stayed there from mid-fall to the end of winte. more »»


December 31, 2015 To get your items in the Outdoors Calendar contact or phone (814) 726-1035 - Tuesdays, 5:00 p.m. more »»

Allegheny National Forest proposes Emerald Ash Borer project

December 31, 2015 The Allegheny National Forest’s Bradford Ranger District is proposing a project to reduce the decline of white ash, eastern hemlock and American beech due to the emerald ash borer. more »»

ANF proposes Beanfields Safe Access project

December 31, 2015 The Allegheny National Forest’s Bradford Ranger District is proposing a series of actions to help resolve long-standing parking and access issues. more »»

Exhibit opening: Ground Cover, New Work by Lindsey Glover

December 31, 2015 This January and February, when the natural world around us is in its winter hibernation, an artist who inspires us to look at nature in a different way will have her new work on exhibit at the Olea... more »»

Triumph of Tines

December 19, 2015 First rule of deer hunting spots: Don’t talk about your deer hunting spot. “I was scared you were going to ask me about that,” Alex Hornburg said, laughing. more »»

Intro to fly fishing class offered

November 19, 2015 If you have ever wondered if you might like fly fishing, if you have tried fly fishing and would like to learn to do it the right way, or if you wonder what fly fishing is all about, then you may be... more »»


October 22, 2015 To get your items in the Outdoors Calendar contact or phone 726-1035 - Tuesdays, 5:00 p.m.: trap and skeet practice, Kalbfus Rod & Gun Club - Thursdays, must arrive before10:00 a. more »»

Looking forward to a pleasant, successful hunting season

October 22, 2015 Judging from my own observations and those who have shared their observations, this year hunting has the potential to be good. Maybe very good. This past week I have been chasing squirrels. more »»

Pennsylvania hunters can help protect against avian influenza

October 22, 2015 While Pennsylvania has not yet been impacted by the high path avian influenza (HPAI), state officials continue emphasizing the need for vigilance against the deadly poultry disease. more »»

Prescribed burns planned this fall

October 22, 2015 Up to 3,300 acres of Pennsylvania’s state game lands could be treated with prescribed fire this fall, but hunters shouldn’t worry about the cost-effective method of managing wildlife habitat hurting... more »»

Finding the best way to interest children in hunting

October 8, 2015 Nothing builds interest in hunting better than success. If you have a kid you want as a hunting partner, forget for a while the kind of hunting you like best now. Think back to when you were a kid. more »»



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