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Beaver County Times

Outdoors: Hunters can help to ensure the health of their harvest

As I have said numerous times before, there are many reasons why I hunt, just like every other sportsman. I also have a keen interest in, and feel a responsibility to, assist in conservation and wildlife management. So it was with excitement that I read some of the latest news...
HOBBIES
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buckscountycouriertimes.com

Pennsylvania hunters asked to help with waterfowl study

An effort is underway to see if chemicals are impacting waterfowl across Pennsylvania. The Pennsylvania Game Commission hopes hunters will participate in a study to evaluate to what extent contaminants such as PCBs, dioxins and heavy metals are affecting ducks and geese. The commission reports waterfowl, like fish, can store...
PENNSYLVANIA STATE
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pennwatch.org

“Operation Game Thief” to Protect Pennsylvania Wildlife

Poachers are thieves. Help us catch them. The Pennsylvania Game Commission’s Operation Game Thief (OGT) program protects wild birds and wild mammals by encouraging those with information related to wildlife crimes to report it as soon as possible. Wildlife crimes affect everyone and reporting illegal wildlife activity helps to protect wildlife for current and future generations.
PENNSYLVANIA STATE
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Erie Times-News

Bears, canines and your hunting questions answered

Spending time outdoors is about unwinding and making memories. This week's photo is about one of my more memorable mornings deer hunting. While I was sitting in a tree stand deer hunting a couple years ago, four bear decided to dine on acorns. This one walked along the log as if it were performing for an audience.
ANIMALS
arcamax.com

Gene Collier: More unbearable news in Pennsylvania's oldest rivalry

There was a time when this column annually engaged in a satiric rant about bear-hunting season, in which the conceit was that Bears vs. Hunters might be a more palatable and accessible event were it viewed as a football game. I had no sense whatsoever of the extent to which...
NFL
frcheraldstar.com

Murel Eugene (Gene) Ruther

June 27, 2929 - October 8, 2021. Murel Eugene (Gene) Ruther peacefully entered the presence of his heavenly Father on October 8, 2021, at the State Veterans Home. Gene was born June 27, 1929 in Valentine, Neb., the son of Frank and Dorothy (Schroeder) Ruther. At an early age his parents moved to a farm southeast of Newport, Neb., where he grew up and attended school in a one room schoolhouse, where the teacher taught all eight grades. He attended high school at Stuart, Newport and graduated high school from Bassett, Neb. in 1946.
OBITUARIES
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Gene Therapy: More unbearable news in Pennsylvania's oldest rivalry

There was a time when this column annually engaged in a satiric rant about bear-hunting season, in which the conceit was that Bears vs. Hunters might be a more palatable and accessible event were it viewed as a football game. I had no sense whatsoever of the extent to which...
NFL
butlerradio.com

Game Commission Offering Confidential Illegal Hunting Reporting System

The Pennsylvania Game Commission is reminding residents that they can report illegal killings of animals and birds. It’s called “Operation Game Thief” and it allows for people to confidentially report crimes against wildlife either online or through a toll-free number. It’s a popular resource according to the Game Commission, with...
PUBLIC SAFETY
phillyvoice.com

Bobcat photo wins Pa. Game Commission's trail cam contest

Trail cams are an invaluable way for humans to get a surreptitious look at how animals behave in the wild when their habitats and routines aren't being disturbed. To celebrate the sights captured by trail cams across the state, the Pennsylvania Game Commission holds an annual contest, inviting people to submit their best trail cam photographs of wildlife.
PENNSYLVANIA STATE
Times News

Beltzville hosts fall festival

The Friends of Beltzville held its first Fall Festival at Beltzville at the Beltzville State Park Environmental Interpretive Center on Sunday. This is their first fall festival, and they hope to continue it every year. All proceeds benefit Beltzville State Park. Volunteer Deb de Beauclair explained, “We’re trying to promote...
JIM THORPE, PA
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