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Reflections in Nature:

February 9, 2014 For our 56th anniversary, my wife Mary Alice and I traveled to Amish country in Ohio, where we stayed at a lovely inn. more »»


February 9, 2014 What do you know about your ancestors? Where did they come from, what did they do? Last season on TV, two shows — “Who Do You Think You Are” and “Genealogy Roadshow” — followed searchers as they... more »»

Bragging rights

February 2, 2014 (Editor’s Note: After receiving numerous photos of hunters who shot hefty-antlered deer with wide spreads, the Sun-Gazette Outdoors section decided to feature their stories in a special series calle... more »»

Afield with Friends

February 2, 2014 When my friends from Saskachewan, Canada, stopped at the Big Horn visitor center in Montana, I knew our conversation soon would be about waterfow. more »»

Happy Travelers

February 2, 2014 LOCK HAVEN — Love to travel but don’t have an interested spouse or family member to join in your endeavors? Do you want to go to Branson, Nashville or the western national parks? Or maybe even to... more »»

Reflections in Nature

January 26, 2014 At the beginning of January, we experienced an old-time winter, with deep snow cover on the ground and frigid daytime temperature. more »»

Pa. agency: Whitetail disease not widespread

January 26, 2014 A deer killed in November in Bedford County that tested positive for chronic wasting disease should not deter anyone from participating in late-season deer hunting, according to the state Game... more »»

Sweet treat

January 26, 2014 HERSHEY — It’s obvious that chocolate inspires just about everything that happens in Hershey, but in February the sweet confection plays the main stage all month long in family and couple events... more »»

'Window of opportunity'

January 19, 2014 (Editor’s Note: This special series features hunters who have shot above-average-sized deer. more »»

Reflections in Nature

January 19, 2014 After returning from our son’s home on the day after Christmas, I began checking phone messages. more »»

Writer:?Gathering firewood a family ritual

January 19, 2014 Gathering and using firewood is a family ritual. As children, we would set aside a weekend to cut and split firewood for the winter. Inevitably, it would be the hottest day of the yea. more »»

'Just flabbergasted'

January 12, 2014 (Editor’s Note: This special series features hunters who have shot above-average-sized deer. more »»

Reflections in Nature

January 12, 2014 During late fall, I found the chrysalis of a praying mantis and, after taking a few pictures, I put the chrysalis in a safe place so the flower gardens of my wife, Mary Alice, will benefit this... more »»

Outward Bound

January 12, 2014 Headlamps are a staple for any kind of sportsman or woman, or even just for an outdoorsy-type person. They also benefit mechanics, machinists, farmers — the list goes on. Our whole family has them. more »»

Guest Columnist

January 12, 2014 When I think of a tree, I think of how beautiful it is — the reflection cast upon the snow in the stark winter afternoon; the contorted branches, now barren of leaves, have icicles dangling at the... more »»

Turtle crawl

January 12, 2014 By JUDY HAZEL Sun-Gazette Correspondent SINGER ISLAND, Fl. more »»

‘Where it all started’

January 5, 2014 Muncy resident Ken Hunter has been involved in the outdoors nearly all his life, with hunting and fishing all over the state and nation among the activities that have played an intricate role in his... more »»

City company offers instant test to determine if ticks carry Lyme disease-causing bacteria

January 5, 2014 Sherry Bender had Lyme disease for eight years. She felt the symptoms but never knew what was causing them. Now her company, Affiniton, 49 E. Fourth St. more »»

Afield with Friends:

January 5, 2014 If you research the human factor in wildlife management, you will find yourself involved in man’s feeble attempt to regulate a highly controversial commodity — wildlife. more »»

A goose hunter is a special breed, columnist writes

January 5, 2014 Sneaking up to ambush a few geese is not what this column is abou. more »»



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