Category Archives: Hunting history

Hunting licenses a little different this year | New

With antlerless deer license sales starting last week, hunters in Pennsylvania are now looking at 2021-2022 licenses and the new Hunt Fish PA license system. {/scope} Things are new. Things are a little different. It is understandable that there are a few bumps in the road. Hunt Fish PA replaces the Pennsylvania Automated Licensing System […]

Search for missing dog after big rig crash in Bangor

Authorities are asking people to be on the lookout for a large fleeing poodle in Bangor today. Trisha Bruen, animal control officer in Bangor, said the dog named Rocket fled from a semi-trailer platform last week. Its owner, an out-of-state driver, suffered a medical emergency on the freeway, causing the truck to crash. In the […]

New Heritage Trail Launch at Pittville Pump Rooms – Gloucestershire Film & Culture

Look for clues, take a self-guided audio tour, and try on outfits on the new Pittville Pump Rooms Heritage Trail. Explore the history of Pittville Pump Rooms on an immersive new heritage trail launched in the iconic Regency Grade I listed building from September 2021. Bringing its history to life, visitors can choose the methods […]

Waterfowl Hunting May Be Affected by High, Dry Midwest

These millions of waterfowl that come and go in the hemisphere each year along marked trails in the air are among the less amazing natural wonders. Spring and autumn migrations are old business. Bird watchers, especially during the awakening of spring, and duck hunters, tied to the darkening autumn, are taking serious note of this. […]

New Study Suggests Wild Cannabis Ancestors Likely From China | Science

Whether you think it’s the devil’s lettuce, nature medicine or a conduit to the divine, cannabis and humans have a relationship stretching back thousands of years which has now spawned hundreds of varieties. But millennia of cultivation, selection, and the plant’s relatively recent status as a cultural taboo have obscured where exactly cannabis has grown […]

7 things to do in Norfolk for families this weekend

After a month of mostly gray skies and drizzle this weekend, Norfolk is expected to bask in warm sunshine. To help you plan your weekend outdoor adventures in the sun, here are seven things to do with the whole family. 1. Cley Calling Family Fun Day, Cley and Salthouse Where: Cley Marsh and Salthouse of […]

Upland rifles: should you hunt with a classic?

Mountain hunting attracts gun enthusiasts and traditionalists. After they’ve saved up the money to buy their dream weapon or add one to the battery, many bird hunters choose a classic weapon over a new, more practical weapon. Is a classic weapon for you? Here’s what you get and what you give up when you shoot […]