Six people from Spring Grove have been sentenced to more than $23,000 in fines and costs after pleading guilty to poaching 18 white-tailed deer ranging from yearlings to adult does and bucks, includin
The Pennsylvania Game Commission today reported that, in the state’s 2014-15 seasons, hunters harvested an estimated 303,973 deer – a decrease of about 14 percent compared to the 2013-14 harvest of 35
Well, researchers with the Pennsylvania Game Commission and in Penn State’s College of Agricultural Sciences are going to find out.
Pennsylvania’s new Hunting Heritage license plate – an official plate issued by the state Department of Transportation – is available to order from the Pennsylvania Game Commission.
The PA Game Commission’s new Go Hunt PA program is using cutting edge technology to reach out to sportsmen young and old…
The field has been set for Pennsylvania’s statewide student archery tournament to be held March 13 in State College.
The Pennsylvania Game Commission wants to remind people living in and visiting the elk range that feeding elk is illegal.
Many first-time buyers of Pennsylvania hunting or furtaker licenses have a new, convenient option for completing the required certification course.
The quality of Pennsylvania’s elk, and the unique opportunity to hunt them continues to garner national attention, and there are numbers to prove it.
It’s official: The trend of recent bear seasons taking their place in the Pennsylvania record books continues.
Registration is open for Pennsylvania’s 2015 National Archery in the Schools Program State Tournament, which is scheduled to be held on Friday, March 13 2015…
A proposal that would restrict hikers’ use of state game lands, and require anyone without a hunting or furtaker license to obtain a free permit to use game lands, has been placed on hold.
Improving quality habitat for wildlife can expand opportunities for hunters, and the PA Game Commission wants to help…
The Pennsylvania Game Commission is proposing to eliminate deer and wild turkey from the list of species mentored youth hunters under the age of 9 can pursue…
Hunters can visit GoHuntPA.org to submit photos that could selected for a television commercial.
Taking a few minutes to submit a report makes a valuable contribution to deer management…
The Pennsylvania Game Commission’s Bureau of Information and Education has a new director.
With deer firearms season in full swing, about 1,100 DMA 2 Antlerless Deer Permits remain…
While it might be winter, landowners can begin making plans to help wildlife this spring–and beyond –by planting tree and shrub seedlings offered by the Pennsylvania Game Commission’s Howard Nursery
The hunters who top Pennsylvania’s all-time list for largest bucks harvested will remain there a while longer.
By now, you might have heard about an Allegheny County buck taken two months ago during the statewide archery season; a buck so large it might be a new Pennsylvania state record.
With the preliminary totals from the statewide season comparable to last year, hunters are in good position to match the overall 2013 harvest of 3,510 bears.
Hunters harvested 417 bears during the second day of Pennsylvania’s statewide bear season, increasing the total harvest to 2,040 over the season’s first two days.
Harvested were 27 bulls, and 88 total elk during the six-day season that ended Nov. 8 2014…
The annual statewide bear seasons are about to kick off, and recent years have seen some of the best on record for Pennsylvania bear hunting.
The phone system that accommodates banded-bird reports was down all day Saturday and Sunday, and restored sometime on Monday morning.
One of Pennsylvania’s most exciting seasons will begin this Saturday as hunters head afield in pursuit of one of fall’s most coveted game animals, the wild turkey.
Pennsylvania’s state game lands are being stocked with pheasants in a year what Game Commission officials describe as an excellent year for pheasant production.
PGC Executive Director R. Matthew Hough today thanked state senators for their unanimous support on an initiative to improve safety for Wildlife Conservation Officers.
The Pennsylvania Game Commission has lifted the temporary prohibition on hunting and trapping within some portions of Pike County that were previously closed.
Unlike state or county parks, or even state or national forests, the primary purpose of Pennsylvania’s state game lands is to provide habitat for wildlife, and hunting & trapping for Pennsylvanians…
The PGC temporarily closed all hunting and trapping seasons within seven townships in northeastern Pennsylvania, where the search continues for a fugitive wanted for shooting a state trooper.
The Pennsylvania Game Commission announced that three Centre County men have been charged with poaching and illegally killing three Bull Elk.
The PGC has approved the amendment of two energy leases, which would result in bonus payments of more than $912,000 to the commission.
The Pennsylvania Board of Game Commissioners today approved three real-estate deals that will add 170 acres to the state game lands system.
The Pennsylvania Board of Game Commissioners today gave final approval to a measure that amends the definition of “hybrid” as it relates to migratory birds.