Boaters asked to promote safety, comfort.
f you are hiking the Appalachian Trail, carrying along something that is not strictly essential can get heavy after 2000 miles or so.
Early season trout are now feeding heavily on sulphurs, mayflies, and caddis. It’s definitely time to break out the fly rod and hit the fame…
The Pennsylvania Game Commission estimated last season’s deer harvest at over 315,000 animals.
Sprucing up your yard can be expensive, but Kermit Henning found a way you can save money by getting mulch for free.
Most of us are happy when we catch a fish. Some anglers only target what they like to call “trophy fish”.
Spring is here and love is in the air – at least for the birds, anyway.
Remember when you were young and all you asked for Christmas was a BB gun. Well, that simple BB gun we all grew up with has evolved into tod…
Get your wish list together and get down here to the Great American Sports Show running all this week in Harrisburg.
Audubon’s annual Christmas Bird Count just wrapped up for another year.
How to set repurpose your Christmas tree to help benefit wildlife.
Sooner or later this winter you’re going to be looking for a pair of gloves. Keeping your hands warm on a cold winter’s day definitely helps…
The Ned Smith Center for Nature and Art closed its year-long tribute to Pennsylvania artists with a solo exhibit of renowned wildlife artist…
Since 1991, through the Hunters Sharing the Harvest program, Pennsylvania deer hunters have been responsible for feeding thousands of needy …
It’s looking like a promising bear hunting season.
A new program aims to protect a historic river here in the Midstate.
With long seasons and generous bag limits, Canada goose hunting in Pennsylvania offers the sportsmen plenty of opportunities afield.
Except for waterfowlers and a few die-hard anglers, the boating season is winding down and it’s time to start thinking about protecting your…
Nan Reisinger trained before spending seven months hiking the entire Appalachian Trail. –
With the autumn season comes fall foliage.