Pennsylvania Game Commission
Pittsburgh’s bald eagles won’t raise a new family this year. Now, eagle watchers are mourning the loss of the two eggs.
After successfully raising three eaglets last year, the bald eagle pair nesting in the city’s Hays section will unfortunately not be welcoming any little eagles this year.
Mount Lebanon’s decision to control the deer population had people on both sides of the issue up in arms.
There’s some bad news for bald eagle pair that have made their nest in Pittsburgh’s Hays section.
The famous bald eagles of Hays have begun a new family. The first egg has already been laid.
Mount Lebanon’s controversial plan to thin the deer herd is now in effect.
It’s the bald eagles in Hays that have attracted the most attention. Last year, people watched three eaglets hatch on a web cam.
There’s good news for those keeping a close eye on the bald eagles’ nest in the city’s Hays section.
There was standing room only at the Mount Lebanon Commissioners meeting Tuesday evening as residents opposed to a controversial deer kill plan tried to get officials to change their minds.
Without a predator, the population of deer in Mount Lebanon has flourished.
The bald eagles in Pittsburgh’s Hays neighborhood are keeping busy as they prepare to hatch new eaglets this spring.
Pittsburgh’s bald eagles are keeping house once again. Early Christmas morning, they were seen tending to their nest in Hays in anticipation of hatching new eaglets this spring.
Last year’s Live Eagle Cam in Hays was almost as popular as the final episode of M.A.S.H.
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.
It’s a big weekend for local hunters. When the sun rises Monday, Penn’s Woods will be alive with blaze orange-clad hunters, looking for the thing hunting dreams are made of.