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  • 2014 L.V. Hunting and Fishing Extravaganza in Kempton takes place Aug. 23-24

    Tom Fegely, the late outdoors editor and writer for The Morning Call, once told Bob Danenhower and Rick Weaknecht that if they could make a go of their outdoors show for five years, then it would be a success. The pair of avid outdoorsmen —...
  • Politicians, lobbyists and free trips: A recipe for trouble

    Politicians, lobbyists and free trips: A recipe for trouble
    Twenty years ago, Democrats in this state were so tight with lobbyists they practically shared the same beds. Heck, they even let the lobbyists pay for their beds — at posh resorts all over the world. Special interests were caught treating...
  • In defense of Texas huntress and conservationist Kendall Jones

    In defense of Texas huntress <em>and conservationist</em> Kendall Jones
    For big-game hunters in Africa, there’s said to be a “Big Five” among animals they’d like to bag: the lion, the elephant, the Cape buffalo, the leopard and the white/black rhinoceros. You might add a sixth: Kendall Jones, the 19-...
  • Orchid loss in Md. mountains laid to deer

    Orchid loss in Md. mountains laid to deer
    For as long as anyone can remember, wild orchids have rewarded sharp-eyed hikers in Maryland's Catoctin Mountains with pink, yellow and white blooms peeping from the forest floor. But these "secret beauties," as one researcher dubbed them, are vanishing...
  • Home-garden events: Workshops offer tips for gardeners, hunters and kids

    Turf event Saturday features trade show Learn about the differences between organic fertilizers and synthetic fertilizers during the Virginia Cooperative Extension's Super Turf Saturday on Aug. 16. Topics for the day include soil composition, lawn...
  • Read & Write: More local authors on favorite kids book characters

    Read &amp; Write: More local authors on favorite kids book characters
    Chicago-area authors continue to tell us about their favorite characters from childhood books as a preview to this year's Children's Read & Write Program, which invites children to submit book reviews for possible publication. Here's what they said....
  • Dennis Anderson: Where do deer hunters go from here?

    Front and center last week when the Department of Natural Resources announced a significant paring back of the deer hunting season this fall was the realization that the agency has ever-fewer cards to play in its attempt to attract and retain hunters....
  • The last living Nazis

     The last living Nazis
    Johann Breyer appeared in a Philadelphia courtroom recently to face accusations that he assisted in the murder of thousands of Jews as a guard at the Nazi concentration camp at Auschwitz. He has been charged by German authorities with 158 counts of...
  • Tackling the complex and difficult issue of minority participation in the outdoors

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. When Wayne Hubbard was growing up in Oklahoma, he was "colorblind." The color of his skin didn't matter not when it came to hunting and fishing, he said. He was brought up in a rural setting and was surrounded by many other African-...
  • Opponents fail to kill crow hunting proposal in Utah

    SALT LAKE CITY (Reuters) - Wildlife enthusiasts in Utah failed on Tuesday in their bid to block a crow hunt planned in the state for this fall, but said they had seen no evidence that killing the birds was necessary. Utah approved plans last month to...
  • Bradford County man charged in assault of WCO

    A Bradford County man has been charged with assaulting a Pennsylvania Game Commission Wildlife Conservation Officer.                                                                                                          Steven Harold Neilson, 43, of...