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SEEDLING SALES TO BEGIN JAN. 5 Landowners can help wildlife by planting trees and shrubs.
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.
TROPHY BUCK ENTERS RECORDS BOOK Allegheny County buck ranks as No. 13 in archery category.
The hunters who top Pennsylvania’s all-time list for largest bucks harvested will remain there a while longer.
RECORD-BOOK BUCK TO BE SCORED DEC. 16 IN HARRISBURG Viewers can watch live online to see if the whitetail is the largest on record in Pennsylvania.
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.
WORKING GROUP MEETING SCHEDULED Dec. 15 meeting to be streamed live online
The Pennsylvania Board of Game Commissioners has scheduled a public, working group meeting to be held on Monday, Dec. 15 at the Game Commission’s headquarters in Harrisburg.
ANTLERLESS PERMITS STILL BEING SOLD With deer firearms season in full swing, about 1,100 DMA 2 Antlerless Deer Permits remain.
There’s still a chance for hunters to secure antlerless deer permit to use during the 2014-15 deer seasons.
HUNTING FOR THE PERFECT GIFT? Game Commission selling two new books, and loads of collectibles to please any holiday budget.
While hunting is often challenging, bagging the perfect gift for the hunters in your life is as easy as placing a phone call or logging onto the Pennsylvania Game Commission’s website.
BEAR HARVEST DURING STATEWIDE SEASON CLOSE TO LAST YEAR’S PACE Meanwhile, bear hunting during the extended seasons has resumed in some parts of state.
In the wintry weather that enveloped much of Pennsylvania on Nov. 26, the final day of the statewide firearms bear season, hunters harvested 100 bears, according to preliminary figures released today by the Pennsylvania Game Commission.
PENNSYLVANIA’S HUNGRY THANKFUL FOR HUNTERS, DONATED VENISON Thanks in part to Game Commission’s gift, donating a deer costs hunters nothing this year.
When they sit down at the dinner table on Thursday, Pennsylvania’s hunters will have plenty for which to be thankful.
Due to unanticipated staffing shortages resulting from a severe winter storm, a report on bear harvests during the third day of Pennsylvania's statewide bear season will not be available on Wednesday.
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, according to preliminary totals released Tuesday by the Pennsylvania Game Commission.
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