History was made once again this year, today at the PGC headquarters when a trophy whitetail rack shattered the previous record.
It might be cold outside, but you don’t have to leave your cozy confines for a round-the-clock opportunity to view bald eagles at close range.
For the first time in its 122-year history, the Pennsylvania Game Commission will call its law-enforcement officers “state game wardens.”
As families come together in holiday celebration over the coming days and weeks, there will be plenty of chances to spend time with loved ones afield.
Hunters during the final day of Pennsylvania’s statewide bear season harvested 168 bears, raising the 2017 statewide season harvest to 1,796.
Extensive rain on the season’s opening day led to the harvest decline. Archery and other early-bear season harvest data is not included in this report.
After two days, 1,310 black bears have been harvested as part of Pennsylvania’s statewide bear season, according to the Pennsylvania Game Commission.
Within established seasons, hunters now may use electronic decoys in hunting waterfowl; electronic dove decoys solely for hunting doves.
Over two picturesque Saturday mornings in November, junior hunters took to the fields of Montour and Northumberland counties to pursue pheasant roosters.
Pennsylvania’s coming firearms deer season packs promise for hundreds of thousands of hunters as they await its opener the Monday after Thanksgiving.
The first day of Pa’s bear season resulted in a harvest of 659 black bears, according to preliminary totals released Monday by the Pa Game Commission.
An abundance of fall foods will have a huge black-bear population on the move as hunters head out Nov. 18 for the opening day.
Deer become more active in autumn with the lead-up to their fall breeding season, commonly referred to among hunters as the “rut.”
Two hunters who became lost Saturday were tracked down by specially skilled Pennsylvania Game Commission wildlife conservation officers.
One of Pennsylvania’s most exciting seasons will begin Oct. 28 as hunters head afield in pursuit of a most-coveted game animal – the wild turkey.
An increasing number of bald eagles have been admitted to wildlife-rehabilitation centers across Pennsylvania exhibiting signs of illness.
Even though pheasant production has been trimmed, hunters heading afield this fall might not notice much difference in the number of pheasants they flush.
Those hunting deer within the state’s DMAs will have the opportunity to have their deer tested – free of charge – for chronic wasting disease (CWD).
The Pennsylvania Board of Game Commissioners today gave final approval to a measure that makes four additional electronic devices lawful to use.
PA’s statewide archery deer season begins Saturday, Sept. 30, and its return is prompting the Pennsylvania Game Commission to issue some helpful reminders.
The Pennsylvania Game Commission has scheduled a series of public meetings to ensure Pennsylvanians remain informed about chronic wasting disease.
The Pennsylvania Board of Game Commissioners will hold its final quarterly meeting of 2017 on Monday, Sept. 25 and Tuesday, Sept. 26.
The calendar is about to flip to September, which will bring to a close a month-long survey in which participants report their wild turkey sightings.
The Pennsylvania Game Commission has appointed new directors of the Southwest Region Office in Bolivar and the Northcentral Region Office in Jersey Shore.
The investigation into the origin of two ear-tagged deer euthanized recently in Elk County, Pennsylvania has resulted in a conviction.