Landowners can begin making plans to help wildlife this spring by planting tree and shrub seedlings from the Pennsylvania Game Commission’s Howard Nursery.
The latest rendition of Eagle Cam, which enables viewers worldwide round-the-clock access to live video and audio captured at a bald-eagle nest in Hanover.
The PGC today announced plans to close two pheasant farms – the Western Game Farm in Crawford County, Northcentral Game Farm in Lycoming County.
Through Friday, Dec. 18, the Game Commission is accepting photos of bucks taken during the 2016 firearms and archery deer seasons.
Governor Wolf has signed a reform bill to allow hunting with semi-automatic rifles and with air guns in Pennsylvania. Semi-auto shot guns were already legal…
In many parts of Pennsylvania, black bears may be hunted and harvested by properly licensed hunters during all or a portion of the firearms deer season.
As the statewide deer season approaches, the Pennsylvania Game Commission reminds deer hunters that rifles used during the season must be manually operated.
The first day of Pennsylvania’s statewide bear season resulted in a harvest of 1,297 black bears, according to preliminary totals.
When they sit down at the dinner table on Thursday, Pennsylvania’s hunters will have plenty for which to be thankful for donated deer, venison.
Archery and other early bear season harvest data is not available at this time. Bears have been harvested in 53 counties during the statewide season so far.
Did you see it sneaking along at the edge of the field, before the corn came down? Or did you see him only on the screen of your neighbor’s smartphone?
Pennsylvania’s black-bear population has jumped from about 18,000 to about 20,000 bears. And the red-oak acorn crop statewide is one for the ages.
Nearly 78 percent of hunters in PA’s 2016 elk hunt have taken home a trophy. The PGC announced 97 elk were taken during the regular one-week elk season.
Pennsylvania’s annual elk hunt begins Monday, and the check station where successful hunters take their elk has been moved from its previous location.
The leaves might be greener than usual for this time of year, but it’s mid-October nonetheless. And in Pennsylvania, it’s prime time for hunting.
The Keystone Elk Country Alliance’s (KECA) 2016 Elk Tag Raffle winner selected at a public drawing held at the 2016 Elk Expo on August 21 was Steve Unis from Ulster, PA.
A memorable season in which more birds will be released statewide awaits Pennsylvania’s pheasant hunters.
Killed unlawfully in a 2014 poaching spree, one of the largest bull elk in Pennsylvania history is making its way back to the state’s elk range as part of a traveling display of exceptional elk.
The Pennsylvania Game Commission is burning its way toward 10,000 acres of better wildlife habitat.
The five finalists among August submissions to the Big-Buck Trail Cam Contest are on display at the Pennsylvania Game Commission’s Facebook page.
The Pennsylvania Game Commission’s autumn driving tours, which provide a scenic glimpse of all that state game lands have to offer, have been canceled this year due to financial constraints.
Each September, thousands of visitors make their way to Pennsylvania’s elk country to experience for themselves the wonder of the bugling season.
Females continue to join the Pennsylvania’s hunter ranks in record numbers, with 96,555 females buying licenses or permits in 2015-16.
Under Pennsylvania law, it generally is unlawful to hunt around any area where artificial or natural bait are used or have been used within the past 30 days.
Seeing more elk in Pennsylvania is as easy as A-B-C – Autumn, Bugles and Crowds…..