March 18, 2017 RSS feed / Outdoors

Wolf Tracks

Outdoor Columnist

Nothing in life is free, but many enjoy wildlife at the expense of others. It’s an issue that dates back many decades.  In Pennsylvania, the Game Commission is responsible for managing wildlife. More...

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Educational signs have been installed on the Gary Dubler Memorial Nature Trail and West Creek Recreation Trail in Emporium. Cameron County Conservation District partnered with Pa. More...

Sinnemahoning Creek meeting

Cameron County Conservation District and partner agencies from Potter, Elk, McKean, Tioga and Warren counties will be hosting a workshop on the future of the Sinnemahoning Creek Watershed.  It will be held at the Elk State Forest office in Empor More...

Wildlife photography workshop planned

Veteran lensman Bill Potter of Port Allegany is presenting a wildlife photography workshop at Sinnemahoning State Park from 8 to noon on Saturday, April 8.  More...

ELK WATCHER'S JOURNAL

Elk ‘licks’ popular this time of year

I wrote several years ago about the mid-March morning when I peered out the window of my camp at daybreak to see several elk in the driveway licking the dried salt off my very dirty SUV.  It reminded me of one of those custom car washes where fo More...

Outdoor show March 25 in Cross Fork

Plans are in place for the popular annual Kettle Creek Valley Outdoor Show, slated for 9 am to 3 pm on Saturday, March 25, at the firehall in Cross Fork.  More...

Fight to save ash trees continues

A fight to save Pennsylvania’s ash trees is continuing this year.  More...

Stream cleanup volunteers welcome

Several Cameron County organizations will participate in a river and roadside cleanup on Sunday, March 26. More volunteers are welcome.  Crews will fan out over the Driftwood Branch or clean the roadsides on Rt. 120, from Emporium to Driftwood. More...