Exploring the wilds of Northeast Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania trappers might take river otters for the first time in more than 60 years if the state Game Commission gives final approval this spring. (read more)
Photo: JASON FARMER/Times Shamrock, License: N/A Folks who enjoy hunting, fishing and other outdoor pastimes can see new products and hear about places to explore during an expo at Mohegan Sun Pocono later this week. (read more)
For years, the Lackawanna River was considered to be a cesspool, a toxic waste area that many people wanted to block out of their minds. (read more)
Tomasene Szumlanski has been hunting deer for 25 years in Pennsylvania, but she set her sights on bigger game. (read more)
Photo: N/A, License: N/A TUNKHANNOCK — Some 760 hunters braved the weekend chill to bring in 48 coyotes in the 16th annual District 9 Northeast Pennsylvania Trappers Association Coyote Hunt. (read more)