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SHOOTING SPORTS

April 6, 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 »»

Cub rescued in Washington ends up in NM

April 6, 2014 CARLSBAD, N.M. (AP) — An orphaned mountain lion cub rescued by a hunter in Washington has found a home in southern New Mexico. Zia was discovered last October stumbling through rows of wheat stubbl. more »»

Game breeding turns into big business in Alabama

April 6, 2014 PRATTVILLE, Ala. (AP) — Nationally, commercial game breeding has grown into a multibillion-dollar business as producers have discovered there are big bucks in big bucks. more »»

IN THE PARKS

April 6, 2014 Bald Eagle State Park, Howard Office: 814-625-2775 April 8 — April Bird Walk Series, 9-10:30 a.m., main park office. April 12 — Recycled Bird Feeders, 10-11 a.m., environmental learning cente. more »»

Game Commission field officers report on outdoor happenings

April 6, 2014 Field officers for the state Game Commission’s Northcentral region filed the following reports on March 28, according to the agency’s website: • Tioga County Wildlife Conservation Officer Rodney Me... more »»

Workshop set on invasive plants

April 6, 2014 SINNEMAHONING — The Sinnemahoning Invasive Plant Management Area and Sinnemahoning State Park will hold a free workshop about invasive weeds such as multiflora rose and mile-a-minute vine. more »»

REFUGEE HOUSING

April 6, 2014 LANCASTER — Before this landscape bustled with Amish farms and cozy colonial towns, Conestoga Indians lived among the tall trees. Wolves and lynx crept through the shrubber. more »»

Surreal art garden Las Pozas peeks out of Mexican jungle

April 6, 2014 XILITLA, Mexico — At the end of a long, dirt road in Mexico’s northeast jungle, two spiral staircases appear, leading nowhere amid an ornate concrete structure. more »»

Dallas museum exhibits Islamic art, objects

April 6, 2014 DALLAS (AP) — A new exhibit in Dallas showcases 150 rare Islamic works of art and scientific objects that explore the use and meaning of light. more »»

'Born to run'

March 30, 2014 ALLENWOOD — Tally-ho! I never thought those words would cross my lips in anything to do with a useful purpose, but they have. In early January, my stepson, Evan, and I set out with Steve Berger Jr. more »»

OUTDOOR BRIEFS

March 30, 2014 Take a hike with regional club The Otzinachson Regional Group of the Sierra Club and the Edward Abbey Hiking Society will hold a number of hikes throughout the region. more »»

SHOOTING SPORTS

March 30, 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 »»

Spring plinking: A guide to safe target shooting

March 30, 2014 BOISE, Idaho (AP) — If you’re a shooter, you know putting holes in paper can get boring. No matter how tight a group you can shoot, it can be just as satisfying to make an aluminum can dance with a . more »»

PFBC debuts fishing license button

March 30, 2014 HARRISBURG (AP) — A new fishing license button that clips onto a shirt or cap really is a throwback that John Arway hopes anglers will regard as keepers. more »»

Agency announces trout stockings

March 30, 2014 Following are trout stocking schedules for area counties from today through April 6, as provided by the state Fish and Boat Commission’s website at www.fish.state.pa.u. more »»

IN THE PARKS

March 30, 2014 Bald Eagle State Park, Howard Office: 814-625-2775 April 2 — Spring Homeschool Day, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Rain date April 4. more »»

Northern section of state park road closed for resurfacing

March 30, 2014 Sinnemahoning – The northern section of Park Road at Sinnemahoning State Park will be closed for resurfacing through May 19. more »»

Eagles return to Little Pine State Park

March 30, 2014 WATERVILLE — Eagles again are nesting at Little Pine State Park. The first observed incubating behavior was reported on March 2, so the young may hatch by April 5. more »»

Increase in poaching could lead commission to restrict spotlighting

March 30, 2014 GREENSBURG (AP) — If there’s a downside to success, this is what it looks like. Since the advent of antler restrictions in 2002, Pennsylvania has been producing more big bucks that ever. more »»

 
 

 

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