Pa. Game Commission Catches Beaver, Relocates It To Establish WetlandsA beaver that was causing trouble for a runoff water management company has now been relocated to help the environment.
Night Vision, Infrared Approved For Hunting FurbearersThe Pennsylvania Game Commission has approved the use of night vision and infrared (thermal) optics in the hunting of furbearers, animals traditionally trapped or hunted for their pelts.
Pa. Game Warden Rescues Bald Eagle Stuck In Manure PitA poor bald eagle was rescued by the Pennsylvania Game Commission after he got himself into a stinky situation.
Pennsylvania Game Commission Training K-9 Pups In Detection And TrackingThe Pennsylvania Game Commission has an update on its newest investigators.
Hunting Licenses Go On Sale June 22Pennsylvania hunting licenses will be on sale starting on June 22.
Large Black Bear Tranquilized After Roaming Through Highland Park, Causing Pittsburgh Public Safety To Issue AlertThe large black bear in Highland Park has been tranquilized, Pittsburgh Public Safety says.
'We Have To Take Care Of Our Law Enforcement': Greene County DA Approves $4,000 Scholarship For Police Firearm Training SessionsThe Greene County district attorney approved a $4,000 scholarship to fund police training last month.
Pa. Game Commission Warns Against Disturbing Baby BunniesThe Pennsylvania Game Commission cautioned people not to disturb baby bunnies if they find them in their backyards.
Resolution Reached In Case Against 17-Year-Old Boy Charged In Viral Deer Torture VideoThe case against two teens accused of torturing a wounded deer in a video that went viral has wrapped up.
Pa. Game Commission Wardens Remove 127-Pound Bear From Backyard Tree, Relocate ItState game commission wardens in northwestern Pennsylvania tranquilized and removed a 127-pound bear from an Erie neighborhood over the weekend.
Teen Charged In Viral Deer Torture Video Pleads Guilty, Gets Probation And 200 Hours Of Community ServiceA teen charged in connection with a viral video showing an injured deer being tortured has received probation and 200 hours of community service.
Game Commission Says Hunting-Related Shooting Fatalities Increased Last Year In PennsylvaniaThe number of hunting-related shooting fatalities in Pennsylvania went up in the past year, according to the state game commission.
Coronavirus In Pennsylvania: Game Commission To Reopen Shooting Ranges In 24 Rural Northern Counties Moving To 'Yellow' PhaseThe Pennsylvania Game Commission will reopen selected shooting ranges across the state.
Pa. Game Commission Adds 3 New K-9 Teams, Pups Will Be Trained In Detection And TrackingThe Pennsylvania Game Commission is welcoming some new investigators to their team.
Pa. State Game Commission Approves Changes For 2020 Hunting SeasonThree Sundays were approved for hunting as part of the 2020 Pennsylvania hunting season.