October 7, 2017 RSS feed / Outdoors

Wolf Tracks

Outdoor Columnist

October is a time of community festivals and dramatic changes in our landscape. Many of us look forward to the brilliant shades of red, orange, and gold that signal the change of season. More...

Higher profile for annual 50K race

Cameron County has a unique “extreme sports” event that has established as a keeper that draws visitors and boosts the county’s profile. More...

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Cameron County High School’s Outdoor Club hit the road recently on a field trip to view members of Pennsylvania’s elk herd. More...

Beekeeping class

Northcentral Pennsylvania Beekeepers are offering a course for beginners on Saturday, Oct. 21, from 9 to 1 at the Potter County Education Center on Water Street in Coudersport. To register of learn more, call Joan Bradley at 814-697-7586.   More...

INSIDE THE OUTDOORS

Columnist shares with the bears

Many call it the best American fruit that you have never eaten. It’s the pawpaw, which is normally associated with the tropics but can grow in Potter and Cameron counties. About six years ago I purchased some pawpaw seedlings and planted them. More...

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Cameron County High School students participated in a watershed improvement project led by the Pa. Fish and Boat Commission. Volunteers built 50 “porcupine cribs” that were placed in the George B. Stevenson Dam Resevoir. More...

Watershed Assn. sponsors outdoor photo contest

Upper Allegheny Watershed Association is holding its calendar photo contest. Entries are due by Oct. 31. Amateur photographers are invited to enter nature and conservation-oriented pictures. More...