September 15, 2018 RSS feed / Outdoors

Wolf Tracks

Outdoor Columnist

Much of Pennsylvania has, over the years, become fragmented into smaller chunks of prime wildlife habitat.  What’s left of it is increasingly being developed into parking lots, shopping centers, and “bedroom communities” by tho More...

Intern gains real-world insights

A bachelor’s degree is not always enough to land a job in forest management. Many employers also want to see experience in the job field on an applicant’s resume.  More...

INSIDE THE OUTDOORS

Acorn bounty bodes well for hunters

To many people, an oak tree is an oak tree. However, more than 400 species of oak exist worldwide. More...

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Participants in last weekend’s nature kayak tour at Lyman Run State Park saw a wide variety of native wildlife. Volunteers John and Jan Halter led the tour for the Friends of Lyman Run. More...