September 9, 2017 RSS feed / Outdoors

Wolf Tracks

Outdoor Columnist

As readers of Wolf Tracks know, we make occasional forays to Pennsylvania’s elk range, where there is always plenty to see and do.  During last week’s visit, the threat of a potentially devastating disease, chronic wasting disease (C More...

Conservation School gets down to basics

Another successful Potter County Junior Conservation School, based at the Black Forest Conservation Association clubhouse, helped young people develop a deeper appreciation for the outdoors.  More...

INSIDE THE OUTDOORS

Wildlife enjoying natural bounty

Nights have been chilly and there is change in the air. Our deer herd is also changing its behavior.  Last week I saw a doe that was starting to lose her summer coat. More...

Woodlot workshop Sept. 17

Forest land owners have an opportunity to learn about steps they can take to manage their property for timber production and wildlife habitat during a program scheduled for 1-4 pm Sunday, Sept. 17, in Roulette.  More...

No corn for wildlife this year

Sinnemahoning Sportsmen’s Club will not be distributing corn for winter wildlife feeding, due to the threat of chronic wasting disease in deer populations. More...