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GAME COMMISSION TO HOST ANNUAL WATERFOWL BRIEFING This year’s symposium to be held at Game Commission’s Northwest Region office.
Representatives of waterfowl organizations, interested hunters and the public are invited to attend a briefing on Friday, Aug. 7, co-sponsored by the Pennsylvania Game Commission and the Northwest Pennsylvania Duck Hunters Association, on the status of
TIME RUNNING OUT FOR PROSPECTIVE ELK HUNTERS Those looking to take part in Pennsylvania’s 2015 hunt must submit applications by July 31.
Those whose names have been drawn will tell you – there’s nothing like the opportunity to pursue Pennsylvania’s elk.
GAME COMMISSION SEEKS INPUT ON OSPREY PLAN Draft plan is available for public review and comments will be accepted through Aug. 29.
The Pennsylvania Game Commission is seeking public input on its draft osprey recovery and management plan, which can be reviewed at the agency's website, www.pgc.state.pa.us.
VETERANS WITH DISABILITIES GOOSE HUNT ANNOUNCED Forty applicants will have special opportunity at Pymatuning Wildlife Management Area.
Keith Harbaugh, director of the Pennsylvania Game Commission’s Northwest Region, today announced a new initiative to honor military veteran hunters with disabilities.
DOE LICENSES TO GO ON SALE MONDAY Applying early boosts chances for hunters seeking antlerless tags.
Pennsylvania deer hunters who want to better their chances of obtaining an antlerless license will want to send in applications during the first round of sales set to kick off on Monday, July 13.
PENNSYLVANIA REPORTS RECORD NUMBER OF BALD-EAGLE NESTS Mid-year survey documents 277 nests statewide.
It was a scene that warmed many hearts.
ACQUISITIONS TO ADD NEARLY 300 ACRES TO STATE GAME LANDS Game lands in Centre, Perry counties to grow.
The Pennsylvania Board of Game Commissioners today approved the acquisition of parcels that would add nearly 300 acres to the State Game Lands system.
PENNSYLVANIA COULD UP PENALTY FOR KILLING EAGLES Commissioners give preliminary approval to $2,500 fine.
Those who kill golden and bald eagles could face stiffer penalties under Pennsylvania law.
SUSSENBACH WELCOMED TO BUREAU OF WILDLIFE HABITAT MANAGEMENT Former wildlife conservation officer had long served the Northeast Region.
The Pennsylvania Game Commission’s Bureau of Wildlife Habitat Management has a new director.
GAME COMMISSIONERS TO MEET IN HARRISBURG Board to hold quarterly meeting June 29 and 30 at agency headquarters.
The Pennsylvania Board of Game Commissioners is scheduled to meet June 29 and 30 at the agency’s Harrisburg headquarters.
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