October 5, 2013 RSS feed / Outdoors

Natural splendor indescribable, but threatened

Anyone who tries to reduce the special natural splendor of our region to words is doomed to fail. We’re the Land of the Endless Mountains, or God’s Country, or the Pennsylvania Wilds. More...

Bowhunters get first crack at deer

Bowhunters get the fifirst shot at an area deer herd that contains some trophy bucks. Archery season runs from Saturday (today) to Nov. More...

Autumn Festival going on today

Sizerville State Park will hold its 23rd annual Autumn Festival on Saturday (today) from noon to 4.  This popular free event includes historic crafts and demonstrations of candle making, flfly tying, apple cidering, paper making, beekeeping, tin More...

PGC working on bobcat, otter plans

There are reasons this part of the state is marketed to tourists as the Pennsylvania Wilds.  Certain species that were overhunted, overtrapped or driven away by habitat changes have been making a comeback – elk, coyote, bobcats and otters More...

Youth shooting club open

Bullseye Blasters 4-H club is starting another season of competition shooting using air riflfles. More...

USP makes pitch to Sinnemahoning Sportsmen

Sinnemahoning Sportsmen’s Association was courted by the alternative statewide organization representing primarily hunters at its September meeting.  More...