I have no idea what precipitated the action, but the Pennsylvania Game Commission's executive director Carl G. Roe has rescinded all protection for feral swine found in the wild.
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Whenever we hunters and fishermen feel a little down and don't have a lot to be cheerful about, here comes PETA and delivers a comedy routine worthy of any night club in Las Vegas.
Anti-recreational fishing segments in the U.S. seek to ban fun angling in pending Pacific Ocean Marine Protective Areas.
What happens when a judge allows emotion to overrule sound science?
The director of the Eastern Puma Research Network, John A. Lutz, takes issue with our late September blog concerning the lack of proof that mountain lions exist in Maryland.
Don't bet the rent on your outdoor skills just yet because the man from Marion, N.C., Paul Thompson, has shown that over the past three years he's been impossible to beat.
Please, don’t tell me that pelicans have been a common sight forever and ever in Chesapeake Bay country because it wouldn’t be true.
In an article in the Maryland Natural Resource magazine, Therres mentions that reports of cougar sightings come from every sector in the state -- as if we’re overrun with the big cats.
Over a lifetime of living in rural areas, much of it spent among self-sustaining "can-do" farmers, wood cutters, and hunting or fishing guides, some of my best memories concern dogs.
The residents in my home area, Charles County, Md., are so cognizant of the presence of large numbers of whitetailed deer that some of them are beginning to give them nicknames.
You would think that during wallet-emptying days of $3.65- to $4-per-gallon gasoline, constantly rising prices at the local grocery store, and calls for state budget cuts, the governor of Maryland, Martin O'Malley, would have enough sense to put the needless spending of taxpayers' money on the back burner.
Strange sights and happenings in local waters