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Game Commission field officers report on outdoor happenings

June 15, 2014 Field officers for the state Game Commission’s Northcentral region filed the following reports on May 23, according to the agency’s website: •?Lycoming County WCO Kristoffer Krebs reported that a... more »»

Game Commission officially makes Eurasian collared dove a game bird

June 15, 2014 The state Board of Game Commissioners on Tuesday gave final approval to measure that will place the Eurasian collared dove on the state’s list of game birds. more »»

Scenic surprises

June 15, 2014 By BETH J. more »»

5 free things to do

June 15, 2014 MADISON, Wis. more »»

Resort plans draw fire in Mexico flamingo reserve

June 15, 2014 MEXICO CITY (AP) — Flamingos gather by the thousands each year in the pristine, shallow waters of Mexico’s Holbox Island, a sliver of nearly empty beachfront and lush landscape where eco-tourists... more »»

Hiking with a Buddy

June 8, 2014 The bond created between dog and human has extended for many millenni. more »»

To grandfather and grandson, time in forests is treasured

June 8, 2014 For Donald Black, who grew up on a small farm outside of Bangor and has been hunting for as long as he can remember, hunting not only is a treasured past-time but, in recent years, has become... more »»

Reflections in Nature: Some birds helpless at birth

June 8, 2014 The birds have been busy gathering supplies to build their nests. There are as many different types of nests as there are species of birds. more »»

Outdoor Briefs

June 8, 2014 Store schedules open paddle Country Ski & Sports in Montoursville is organizing an open paddle at 5:30 p.m. Wednesdays beginning this week and through the season. The event is not a class. more »»

In the parks

June 8, 2014 Bald Eagle State Park, Howard Office: 814-625-2775 June 27 —Bald Eagle Knap-in, 9 a.m.-9 p.m., pavilions 6 and 7 near the beach. more »»

Turtles steal show at inventory of nature preserve

June 8, 2014 By JULIE CROTHERS The Journal Gazette FORT WAYNE, Ind. (AP) — Over the May 31 weekend, biologists documented dozens of butterflies, beetles and other bugs at Eagle Marsh Nature Preserve. more »»

Shooting Sports

June 8, 2014 (EDITOR’S NOTE: The Sun-Gazette reserves the right to edit items submitted for the “Shooting Sports” section. To submit an event, call 570-326-1551, ext. 3116. more »»

Visitors can get close to cougars at new animal exhibit in Georgia

June 8, 2014 By MARY LANDERS The Savannah Morning News SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) — Hide and seek has never been so excitin. more »»

Slate Run Ramble set for next Sunday

June 8, 2014 SLATE RUN — Bob Webber will lead the spring Slate Run Ramble in Tiadaghton State Forest on June 15. more »»

Michigan pathologist seeks causes of animal deaths

June 8, 2014 EAST LANSING, Mich. (AP) — When authorities want to know why an animal died, they often turn to Tom Cooley. more »»

Visiting Sarajevo

June 8, 2014 By AIDA CERKEZ Associated Press SARAJEVO, Bosnia-Herzegovina — If you find yourself on Ferhadija street behind the old synagogue at noon, close your eyes and listen to the bells from the Catholic... more »»

Travel Briefs

June 8, 2014 Baltimore wins grant to continue water taxi BALTIMORE (AP) — The Charm City Circulator Harbor Connector has been awarded a federal grant to continue operating as an all-electric water taxi service... more »»

Wine, music hoped to draw visitors to Oklahoma

June 8, 2014 OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Oklahoma’s tourism and agriculture departments are launching separate initiatives hoping to entice visitors to the state this summer through wine and music. more »»

Tracking bumblebees

June 1, 2014 Have flowers? Then you probably have bumblebees, a docile, big-bodied species of bee that plays a considerable role in nature as a pollinator. more »»

 
 

 

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