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The James V. Brown Library in Williamsport will host an Audubon Society program led by Dr. Jean-Francois Therrien. Dr. Therrien's presentation will discuss the challenges associated with deciphering how raptors are responding to ongoing climate changes and the importance of studying and prot…

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Humans aren't the only ones who court each other during this time of year! Here are highlights of some forest species that breed in late winter. You might observe these birds or mammals courting in your backyard or out in Penn’s woods.

“Since we can’t guarantee a quality event that is safe for mushers and their dogs, we are going to Plan B,” said organizer Mary Beth Logue in announcing the decision to cancel this Saturday’s Canyon Sled Dog Challenge.

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At 7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 19, private landowners, birders and representatives of conservation organizations and state and federal agencies are invited to hear a presentation by Jeffrey Larkin on how to conserve forest-dependent songbirds and other wildlife on public and private lands. 

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The award-winning documentary "Live The Stream: The Story of Joe Humphreys," a fly-fishing legend, will be shown this coming Wednesday, February 19, at 7 p.m. in the Victoria Theater at 222 Main Street, Blossburg. Sponsoring the showing is Tiadaghton Chapter #688 of Trout Unlimited based in …

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The Pennsylvania Board of Game Commissioners have approved a host of land acquisitions that will add more than 530 acres to state game lands this year.

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Girls Play at AOAA, an offroading group for ladies, will be hosting their first-ever annual Prom Dress Ride to support students at Shamokin Area High School who may be unable to afford formal clothing for prom.

Do you need a reason to get out of the house? Tired of the winter doldrums? Escape and embark on your own winter adventures at R.B. Winter State Park's 24th annual Snowfest! The festival will have events for all ages, so the entire family can enjoy the frosty fun!

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The Susquehanna Greenway is full of opportunities to get outside and view wildlife right in your backyard. From wily squirrels and rabbits to our many feathered friends, there is plenty to see without venturing too far from home, and this February what you see in your backyard could help res…

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It started in Arkansas, in 1989, the first state to adopt the purple paint law and ditch the posted signs that were often vandalized. After Arkansas, 11 others followed suit: Texas, Kansas, Arizona, Montana, Idaho, Florida, Maine, Indiana, North Carolina, Missouri, and Illinois.

Wellsboro is celebrating the season with three days of winter indoor and outdoor fun on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, February 14, 15, and 16. The festivities will include an ice carving contest, live music, and outdoor fitness challenges.

Pennsylvania Master Naturalist, a nonprofit organization, is partnering with Montour Preserve to train citizen volunteers in natural sciences in the spring of 2020. The organization is dedicated to building a corps of knowledgeable volunteers committed to protecting our natural heritage. Int…

During its formal quarterly business meeting on January 28, the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission (PFBC) Board of Commissioners approved the removal of a long-standing regulation that requires anglers to display their fishing license on an outer garment while fishing.