July 15, 2017 RSS feed / Outdoors

Wolf Tracks

Outdoor Columnist

The sun is blazing, and deep in the conifers you’ll find elk seeking the cooling shade. More...

Deer study continues in Potter County

Potter County is part of a long-term research project with far-reaching implications for forest management and deer hunting. It’s sparked by deepening concerns about poor forest regeneration and plant diversity.  More...

Programs at Sizerville State Park

Sizerville State Park will host programs dealing with the natural world this weekend.  On Saturday at 3 pm, park staff will show participants the basics of bird identification. At 7:30 pm, a program on bird songs and calls will be offered.  More...

INSIDE THE OUTDOORS

June’s rain was mixed blessing

Our rainy June was a mixed blessing. It has extended good trout fishing, made our forests and gardens grow well, and has favored certain beneficial fungi, including those that prey upon forest pests like gypsy moth caterpillars. More...

Working to save area ash trees

Those three-sided purple boxes along many local roadways are hard to miss among the lush summer landscape. More...

Sinnemahoning State Park programs

Sinnemahoning State Park is offering a variety of free programs this weekend. More...

Driftwood okays ATVs

Another Cameron County municipality has agreed to open its roads for use by all-terrain vehicles.  Driftwood Borough Council approved the designation this month. The policy will not go into effect until signs are posted. More...