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York Daily Record
Bald eagle crippled by illegal trap walks a mile to safetynow missing two front toes, is still too weak to fly, according to rehabilitato
Bald eagle crippled by illegal trap walks a mile to safety
York Daily Record / Posted 2 days ago
now missing two front toes, is still too weak to fly, according to rehabilitator Wendy Looker of Rehabitat Inc., Hanover. Pennsylvania Game Commission Wildlife Conservation Officer Amanda Powell is investigating the injury to the protected... Read more
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Times News
Human skeleton found in Gouldsborowho was in the Tobyhanna area recovering military ordnances and debris. The Po
Human skeleton found in Gouldsboro
Times News / Posted 4 days ago
who was in the Tobyhanna area recovering military ordnances and debris. The Pocono Mountain Regional Police Department and Pennsylvania Game Commission confirmed that the find was consistent with human remains. The surrounding area was searched by... Read more
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The Express-Times
Skeletal remains found in Poconos could be missing 55-oldarea in Tobyhanna, Monroe County. The remains were determined by the Pocono Mo
Skeletal remains found in Poconos could be missing 55-old
The Express-Times / Posted 4 days ago
area in Tobyhanna, Monroe County. The remains were determined by the Pocono Mountain Regional Police Department and Pennsylvania Game Commission to be that of a human. A larger area was then canvassed in an effort to find additional items... Read more
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The Morning Call
Annual L.V. Hunting & Fishing Extravaganza immerses kids in the outdoorsand it's a good way of life." Hunter-Trapper Education courses coming up: With
Annual L.V. Hunting & Fishing Extravaganza immerses kids in the outdoors
The Morning Call / Posted 6 days ago
and it's a good way of life." Hunter-Trapper Education courses coming up: With hunting season right around the corner, the Pennsylvania Game Commission is reminding people that any first-time hunter 12 and older must complete the state's... Read more
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TribLIVE
Outdoors notices: Aug. 21, 2016with dinner to follow at 7. The featured speaker is Wayne Laroche, director of
Outdoors notices: Aug. 21, 2016
TribLIVE / Posted 8 days ago
with dinner to follow at 7. The featured speaker is Wayne Laroche, director of the bureau of wildlife management for the Pennsylvania Game Commission. He will discuss the agency's plans for controlling chronic wasting disease. Tickets are $20 per... Read more
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Warren Times Observer
Game Commission will hold elk license raffleBut for the third year, the Pennsylvania Game Commission will hold a raffle thi
Game Commission will hold elk license raffle
Warren Times Observer / Posted 11 days ago
But for the third year, the Pennsylvania Game Commission will hold a raffle this week for a single license, with some amazing benefits. Hunters have until 8 p.m. Friday to go online and purchase chances for the raffle, and the winner will receive an... Read more
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The Morning Call
Bat survey seeks signs of lifea $965 microphone, sophisticated computer programs and his biology training, he
Bat survey seeks signs of life
The Morning Call / Posted 14 days ago
a $965 microphone, sophisticated computer programs and his biology training, he is searching for bats. The Pennsylvania Game Commission, which employs Fritsky, studies the bat population in different ways. One way is to visit sites... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Tracking bat species can get trickybiology, determining where a species lives is not always a black-and-white issu
Tracking bat species can get tricky
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 15 days ago
biology, determining where a species lives is not always a black-and-white issue, said Greg Turner, a biologist with the Pennsylvania Game Commission. Biologists recognize nine “resident species” in Pennsylvania, six of which hibernate here and... Read more
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TribLIVE
Outdoors notices: Aug. 14, 2016with dinner to follow at 7. The featured speaker is Wayne Laroche, director of
Outdoors notices: Aug. 14, 2016
TribLIVE / Posted 15 days ago
with dinner to follow at 7. The featured speaker is Wayne Laroche, director of the bureau of wildlife management for the Pennsylvania Game Commission. He will discuss the agency's plans for controlling chronic wasting disease. Tickets are $20 per... Read more
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TribLIVE
Outdoors notebook: Fish and Boat Commission shorthanded, hopes to growtwo millionth hunter education graduate in Pennsylvania history,” said Andy Hue
Outdoors notebook: Fish and Boat Commission shorthanded, hopes to grow
TribLIVE / Posted 20 days ago
two millionth hunter education graduate in Pennsylvania history,” said Andy Hueser, hunter education administrator for the Pennsylvania Game Commission. That student, 11-year-old Darby Kreiser of Lebanon County, passed his course last June. At the... Read more
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York Daily Record
Capturing animals in the wild, trail cam photosKorber said. Korber has been a professional photographer since 1981, working a
Capturing animals in the wild, trail cam photos
York Daily Record / Posted 20 days ago
Korber said. Korber has been a professional photographer since 1981, working as a photo and video specialist for the Pennsylvania Game Commission last 28 years. He's spent countless hours taking pictures in the woods, but he's still surprised... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Broad Mountain vegetation trying to make comebacka helicopter began dropping ping-pong balls over State Game Land 141 in Carbon
Broad Mountain vegetation trying to make comeback
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 21 days ago
a helicopter began dropping ping-pong balls over State Game Land 141 in Carbon County. Foresters like Zach Wismer of the Pennsylvania Game Commission call the ping-pong balls dragon eggs. They contain a flammable chemical and ignite about a... Read more
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TribLIVE
Outdoors notices: Aug. 7, 2016with dinner to follow at 7. The featured speaker is Wayne Laroche, director of
Outdoors notices: Aug. 7, 2016
TribLIVE / Posted 22 days ago
with dinner to follow at 7. The featured speaker is Wayne Laroche, director of the bureau of wildlife management for the Pennsylvania Game Commission. He'll discuss the agency's plans for controlling chronic wasting disease. Tickets are $20 per... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Bat survey seeks signs of lifeThis photo taken July 20, 2016, shows Rich Fritsky, a wildlife diversity biolog
Bat survey seeks signs of life
Greenwich Time / Posted 23 days ago
This photo taken July 20, 2016, shows Rich Fritsky, a wildlife diversity biologist for the Pennsylvania Game Commission, setting up a high-tech microphone on the roof of his vehicle that can detect the sound of bats in Hop Bottom, Pa. (Jason Farmer... Read more
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Darien News-Review
Bat survey seeks signs of lifeThis photo taken July 20, 2016, shows Rich Fritsky, a wildlife diversity biolog
Bat survey seeks signs of life
Darien News-Review / Posted 23 days ago
This photo taken July 20, 2016, shows Rich Fritsky, a wildlife diversity biologist for the Pennsylvania Game Commission, setting up a high-tech microphone on the roof of his vehicle that can detect the sound of bats in Hop Bottom, Pa. (Jason Farmer... Read more
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The Fairfield Citizen
Bat survey seeks signs of lifeThis photo taken July 20, 2016, shows Rich Fritsky, a wildlife diversity biolog
Bat survey seeks signs of life
The Fairfield Citizen / Posted 23 days ago
This photo taken July 20, 2016, shows Rich Fritsky, a wildlife diversity biologist for the Pennsylvania Game Commission, setting up a high-tech microphone on the roof of his vehicle that can detect the sound of bats in Hop Bottom, Pa. (Jason Farmer... Read more
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The Greater New Milford Spectrum
Bat survey seeks signs of lifeThis photo taken July 20, 2016, shows Rich Fritsky, a wildlife diversity biolog
Bat survey seeks signs of life
The Greater New Milford Spectrum / Posted 23 days ago
This photo taken July 20, 2016, shows Rich Fritsky, a wildlife diversity biologist for the Pennsylvania Game Commission, setting up a high-tech microphone on the roof of his vehicle that can detect the sound of bats in Hop Bottom, Pa. (Jason Farmer... Read more
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The New Canaan News
Bat survey seeks signs of lifeThis photo taken July 20, 2016, shows Rich Fritsky, a wildlife diversity biolog
Bat survey seeks signs of life
The New Canaan News / Posted 23 days ago
This photo taken July 20, 2016, shows Rich Fritsky, a wildlife diversity biologist for the Pennsylvania Game Commission, setting up a high-tech microphone on the roof of his vehicle that can detect the sound of bats in Hop Bottom, Pa. (Jason Farmer... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Bat survey seeks signs of lifeThis photo taken July 20, 2016, shows Rich Fritsky, a wildlife diversity biolog
Bat survey seeks signs of life
Connecticut Post / Posted 23 days ago
This photo taken July 20, 2016, shows Rich Fritsky, a wildlife diversity biologist for the Pennsylvania Game Commission, setting up a high-tech microphone on the roof of his vehicle that can detect the sound of bats in Hop Bottom, Pa. (Jason Farmer... Read more
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The Morning Call
Police issue warning about Peace Rock following Allentown man's drowningothers by social media. The number of visitors has grown into the hundreds, ca
Police issue warning about Peace Rock following Allentown man's drowning
The Morning Call / Posted 24 days ago
others by social media. The number of visitors has grown into the hundreds, causing problems with parking and trash. The Pennsylvania Game Commission placed large rocks along Blue Mountain Road Tuesday to prevent people from parking in order to... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Briefsat 570-233-1615 for more information or sponsorship forms. ❒ STATE GAME LANDS
Briefs
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 25 days ago
at 570-233-1615 for more information or sponsorship forms. ❒ STATE GAME LANDS SHOOTING RANGES TO CLOSE FOR MAINTENANCE — Pennsylvania Game Commission Northeast Region Director Dan Figured announced that annual state game lands shooting range... Read more
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The Lewistown Sentinel
Bat survey seeks signs of lifea $965 microphone, sophisticated computer programs and his biology training, he
Bat survey seeks signs of life
The Lewistown Sentinel / Posted 25 days ago
a $965 microphone, sophisticated computer programs and his biology training, he is searching for bats. The Pennsylvania Game Commission, which employs Fritsky, studies the bat population in different ways. One way is to visit sites... Read more
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Pittsburgh City Paper
Weird PittsburghThe Pennsylvania Game Commission has issued 16 citations to a Lancaster County
Weird Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh City Paper / Posted 25 days ago
The Pennsylvania Game Commission has issued 16 citations to a Lancaster County restaurant-owner after an investigation allegedly showed that she had been scavenging, storing and selling deer meat from slaughter-house dumpsters. Investigators told... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Briefsat 570-233-1615 for more information or sponsorship forms. ❒ STATE GAME LANDS
Briefs
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 26 days ago
at 570-233-1615 for more information or sponsorship forms. ❒ STATE GAME LANDS SHOOTING RANGES TO CLOSE FOR MAINTENANCE — Pennsylvania Game Commission Northeast Region Director Dan Figured announced that annual state game lands shooting range... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
State rep announces August outreach hourslistening. With a $965 microphone, sophisticated computer programs and his biol
State rep announces August outreach hours
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 27 days ago
listening. With a $965 microphone, sophisticated computer programs and his biology training, he is searching for bats. The Pennsylvania Game Commission, whic (read more) Summer camp is a place filled with memories. Locally, a lot of memories were... Read more
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Warren Times Observer
Game Commission holding contest for big bucks caught on trail camerasThis year, anyone hunters or not can compete by using trail cameras to photogra
Game Commission holding contest for big bucks caught on trail cameras
Warren Times Observer / Posted 28 days ago
This year, anyone hunters or not can compete by using trail cameras to photograph deer. The Pennsylvania Game Commission is holding a big-buck photo contest to showcase some of the huge whitetails caught on trail cameras this summer and fall in... Read more
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TribLIVE
Outdoors notebook: Commissions seeking new license contractornew license contractor | TribLIVE The good news? The Pennsylvania Game Commi
Outdoors notebook: Commissions seeking new license contractor
TribLIVE / Posted 28 days ago
new license contractor | TribLIVE The good news? The Pennsylvania Game Commission sold more licenses June 20, the first day they were available this year, than on any day in its... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Tracking bat species can get trickybiology, determining where a species lives is not always a black-and-white issu
Tracking bat species can get tricky
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 29 days ago
biology, determining where a species lives is not always a black-and-white issue, said Greg Turner, a biologist with the Pennsylvania Game Commission. Biologists recognize nine “resident species” in Pennsylvania, six of which hibernate here and... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Deadly disease affects Pa. batsexamples west of the Mississippi River. Western cases have mostly been found in
Deadly disease affects Pa. bats
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 29 days ago
examples west of the Mississippi River. Western cases have mostly been found in Missouri and Arkansas, according to the Pennsylvania Game Commission. In March, biologists confirmed a case near Seattle. It has affected bats in Pennsylvania for... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Bat survey seeks signs of lifea $965 microphone, sophisticated computer programs and his biology training, he
Bat survey seeks signs of life
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 29 days ago
a $965 microphone, sophisticated computer programs and his biology training, he is searching for bats. The Pennsylvania Game Commission, which employs Mr. Fritsky, studies the bat population in different ways. One way is to visit... Read more
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TribLIVE
Frye: Can deer group find consensus?told me, scanning the crowd at a summer gathering of the clan and shaking her h
Frye: Can deer group find consensus?
TribLIVE / Posted 29 days ago
told me, scanning the crowd at a summer gathering of the clan and shaking her head, you can't pick your relatives. The Pennsylvania Game Commission has tried in this case. It's formed a “deer management working group” made up of sportsmen.... Read more
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TribLIVE
Animal-care facilities declining as demand increasingapprentice and study with an established permittee before taking a pass-fail ex
Animal-care facilities declining as demand increasing
TribLIVE / Posted 30 days ago
apprentice and study with an established permittee before taking a pass-fail exam and then oral boards administered by the Pennsylvania Game Commission. “It's a long process,” says Chad Eyler, a wildlife conservation officer and chief of the... Read more

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