Volume 85 No. 4 April 2014
Look for these features in Game News this month:
Two Afternoon Gobblers
By Bob Steiner
Mornings and evenings are quite similar in the turkey woods; they just happen in different directions.
Advertising in Trapping Featured Article
By Joe Kosack
Susquehanna County’s SGL 236 Featured Article
By William Williams
Scoring in Schuylkill
By Tom Tatum
A couple of outdoor writers score in the turkey woods.
What’s Out There? Featured Article
By PGC Deer Biologists Christopher Rosenberry, Jeannine Fleegle and Bret Wallingford
One for the Record Books Featured Article
From the Field Featured Article
The Naturalist’s Eye
By Marcia Bonta
Not only do field sparrows start singing early, but they continue until at least the middle of August, only taking short breaks after pairing up with mates.
Straight from the Bowstring
By Mike Raykovicz
Choosing a broadhead.
Long-Range Small-Bore Rifle Competition
By Jim Romanelli
Long-distance shooting on the range can be a lot of fun and sharpen your marksmanship.
By Ben Moyer
Wood ducks nearly vanished once in the wake of the passenger pigeon, but now they’re back. What a fine thought to savor, rounding a creek bend, anywhere in Penn’s Woods.