Game Commission Removes 4 Peregrine Falcon Chicks From Downtown NestFour peregrine falcon chicks have been removed from a Downtown Pittsburgh building.
Endangered Status Has Game Commission Carefully Planning Move Of Peregrine Falcon ChicksPeregrine falcons Dori and Louie’s little family are still hanging out in their nesting area at the back of a Fourth Avenue office building in Downtown Pittsburgh.
Developer Gets OK To Relocate Young Falcons From Downtown NestA developer has received permission from the federal government to remove four young peregrine falcons from their nest on a downtown Pittsburgh building.
Game Commission: Pa. Buck Harvest Up 10 Percent, Most In 15 YearsPennsylvania's deer harvest is up, says the state Game Commission.
Report: Coyote Attacks Pa. Woman, Officials Believe It May Be RabidAuthorities in Clarion and Jefferson counties are warning residents to be vigilant when they go outside after a coyote attacked a woman over the weekend.
Rescuers Save 2 Bald Eagles With Talons Locked In Frigid RiverTwo bald eagles with their talons locked were rescued from a Pennsylvania river.
Wild Turkey Both A Celebrity, Nuisance In Washington Co.A wild turkey is attracting quite a bit of attention in Washington County; but it turns out, he's both a celebrity and a nuisance.
Bald Eagle Livestream Returns To Nest In Hanover, Pa.Pennsylvanians now have another group of eagles worth watching.
Free Bird: Officer Rescues Snowy Owl From Prison Barbed WireA resourceful Pennsylvania wildlife conservation officer has helped to engineer a daring prison escape.
Teen, 19-Year-Old Charged For Illegally Killing DeerA teenager and a 19-year-old man are facing charges for illegally killing a number of deer in Beaver County.
Pa. Game Commission: Increasing Number Of Bald Eagles Suffering From Lead PoisoningThe Pennsylvania Game Commission says the number of cases of lead poisoning in bald eagles is on the rise.
Officials: Strange-Acting Raccoons In Ross Twp. Test Positive For VirusOfficials say that strange-acting raccoons in Ross Township have tested positive for canine distemper virus.