October 27, 2007 RSS feed / Outdoors

Invaders destroying wildlife

Much of our outdoor community overlooks the importance of native shrubs to our forests. There was a time when wildlife relied heavily on them for both food and cover. Overbrowsing by deer resulted in their scarcity in our forests. More...

Furbearer seasons opening

Conditions are generally good for Pennsylvania's furbearer seasons, according to the Game Commission. It's an assessment that is confirmed by local trappers and hunters. More...

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Emporium's Randy Cooney may have taken what could be the largest buck on record that was killed with a bow in Potter County. This monster 11-point has been scored by an official from Buckmasters at 141 7/8. More...

Turkeys plentiful in region

Abundant mast has birds spread out

Wild turkeys are plentiful, but spread out across the region, as hunters head out for the season opener on Saturday. Turkeys are legal game in all of northcentral Pennsylvania through Nov. 17. More...