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GAME COMMISSION RANKS REPLENISHED Wildlife Conservation Officers graduate as part of Ross Leffler School of Conservation’s 30th Class.
Pennsylvania has gained 25 new Wildlife Conservation Officers.
MORE THAN 850 STUDENTS TO COMPETE IN ARCHERY TOURNAMENT Competitors statewide converge on State College March 13.
The field has been set for Pennsylvania’s statewide student archery tournament to be held March 13 in State College.
FEEDING OF ELK ILLEGAL, POTENTIALLY DEADLY Spreading feed can spread disease.
The Pennsylvania Game Commission wants to remind people living in and visiting the elk range that feeding elk is illegal.
NEW PENNSYLVANIA LICENSE PLATE CELEBRATES HUNTING HERITAGE Proceeds from sales to be used for conservation initiatives statewide.
Hunters are known for putting on drives.
GO ONLINE, GET CERTIFIED FOR A HUNTING LICENSE Option allows new hunters to complete Hunter-Trapper Education anywhere, anytime.
Many first-time buyers of Pennsylvania hunting or furtaker licenses have a new, convenient option for completing the required certification course.
AUCTION OF PENNSYLVANIA ELK LICENSE RAISES $52K FOR CONSERVATION State’s elk continue to generate excitement, revenue.
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.
PENNSYLVANIA BEAR HARVEST IMPRESSIVE AGAIN IN 2014 With the totals now official, the top seven harvests in state history all have occurred in the past decade.
It’s official: The trend of recent bear seasons taking their place in the Pennsylvania record books continues.
REGISTRATION OPEN FOR STATE STUDENT ARCHERY TOURNAMENT Schools have until Feb. 20 to sign up students.
The Pennsylvania Game Commission is encouraging all schools participating in the National Archery in the Schools Program to take their best shots at top honors in a statewide student archery tournament to be held in March.
NEARLY 1,990 ACRES TO BE ADDED TO STATE GAME LANDS SYSTEM Luzerne County purchase totals 1,980 acres.
The Pennsylvania Board of Game Commissioners today approved land acquisitions totaling nearly 1,990 acres.
NO MINIMUM AGE PLACED ON MENTORED YOUTH HUNTERS All could continue to hunt deer and turkey, but only those 7 and older would be issued harvest tags.
There still is no minimum age to participate in Pennsylvania’s Mentored Youth Hunting Program.
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