Hundreds of thousands of Pennsylvania hunters will tramp into the woods this week for the first day of the state’s major deer hunting season.
Pennsylvania Game Commission officials were called to trap a bear that found its way onto a barge in Clairton Wednesday morning.
The egg-citement is building as local birdwatchers anticipate the hatching of three eaglets in the Pittsburgh’s Hays neighborhood.
A close call for a pair of bald eagles nesting in Hays, after a raccoon attacked their nest.
Is a bobcat on the prowl in West Homestead? Some people swear they saw one today, but the Pennsylvania Game Commission says it was not a bobcat.
The eagles are back in Pennsylvania — from just three nesting pairs 30 years ago to 250 today and with more than 300 pair projected in the next two years.
KDKA-AM’s Larry and John talk to PA Game Commissioner Gary Fujak about the best ways to get rid of raccoons, groundhogs, rabbits, and other destructive critters.
With recent bear sightings in residential places becoming more and more common Mike Pintek talks with Gary Fujak about bear attacks.
The Pennsylvania Game Commission has set up a couple of traps to catch an elusive black bear or bears near the Pittsburgh Mills Mall.
A black bear was spotted in Pittsburgh’s Banksville Park. While bears aren’t usually sighted in the city, wildlife officials say it’s actually not uncommon in the spring and summer.
While hunters complain that deer in the forest are on the decline, in urban and suburban Allegheny County, the Game Commission says the opposite is true – the population is at an all-time high.
If there’s an exotic animal living in your neighborhood, give the Pa. Game Commission a call. “We will definitely look into that – that’s probably not going to be a good thing,” Pa. Game Commission Officer Gary Fujak said.
After two years of trying, it appears that the two bald eagles in Crescent Township have a new addition. And eaglet makes three.
KDKA AM’s Larry and John have information on a new porcupine hunting season.
NORTH SIDE (KDKA) — They’ve come in from the woods and the forests and made themselves at home in our yards and flower gardens. Unchecked deer populations are thriving throughout our suburbs and even our […]