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  • Get your costume, and you mountain bike on for Oct. 26

    Halloween is coming, the bike tires are getting fat. Fall is a beautiful time to go mountain biking with the verdant colors of summer changing to brilliant hues of scarlet, orange and yellow. You can get out and enjoy those colors at Trexler Nature...
  • HGTV Preps New Series With Ellen Degeneres, Property Brothers

    The expansion of HGTV's "fantasy destination" series continued with September's launch of "Lakefront Bargain Hunt," and the network has its sights set on adding more shows like "Fixer Upper" and "Flip or Flop" that start to blur the line between home...
  • Game dilemma: Go old-school or use new technology

    Sometimes gadgets detract from the hunt, and sometimes add to it. I sometimes over think things, and this is a classic example. Should I buy a trail camera? It could be a fun way to see what's happening in the woods when I am not there, or it could be...
  • Dennis Anderson: Where cans were king � Lake Christina works its way back to healthy

    LAKE CHRISTINA, Minn. Historically one of the continent's most important, but troubled, canvasback stopover points, this lake today bears the promise of a duck lake reborn. Its water is clearer than any time in recent memory, its sago pondweed more...
  • A memorable early duck season

    A memorable early duck season
    By all accounts, last week's early duck season was a major disappointment for most South Florida waterfowlers. Blue-winged teal, whose population is at an all-time high in North America, were surprisingly scarce during the season. Adding to duck...
  • The Morning Call archery photo contest is open now

    Dunkleberger's Sports Outfitters in Stroudsburg and Brodheadsville is sponsoring the Top Archery Harvest Contest in The Morning Call. The archery-only harvest photography contest began last Friday and runs through Nov. 10. It's open to entrants who...
  • Moose hunting success for Klegarth in Canada

    Michael Klegarth of Emmaus isn't exactly a bull fighter, but he is a bull hunter, a successful one at that. No, not the kind of bulls that cowboys were riding last weekend at the PPL Center for the Professional Bull Rider's shows, but a bull moose...
  • Taking a 'hawk walk' in Ireland

    Taking a 'hawk walk' in Ireland
    I swung my arm forward with an exaggerated swooping motion, and, as promised, Milly took to the air. Just a few powerful pumps of her red and brown wings, and she was rising up over the strip of manicured lawn before us. She soared over trees flanking...
  • Early muzzleloader deer season to open Oct. 16

    Early muzzleloader deer season to open Oct. 16
    The first segment of Maryland's muzzleloader deer season will open Oct. 16. The early muzzleloader season will run Oct. 16-18 in Deer Management Regions A and B. Region A consists of Garrett, Allegany and western Washington counties (private land...
  • Hunting restored near Eric Frein search zone

    The Pennsylvania Game Commission has lifted the temporary prohibition on hunting and trapping within some portions of Pike County previously closed because of an ongoing search for Eric Frein, a fugitive wanted in the shooting death of a state police...
  • Salisbury commissioner sees bus hazard near Swain School, fire station

    Salisbury commissioner sees bus hazard near Swain School, fire station
    Salisbury Commissioner Joanne Ackerman wants police Chief Alan Stiles to deal with a school bus situation she said is potentially dangerous. Ackerman lives at Ott Street and Green Acres Drive, behind the Swain School and also close to Western...