Where else can you find out about nutria eradication, avian flu updates, the brown marmorated stinkbug population explosion, and the unavailing of 3 new state parks in Pennsylvania? Join Don Hibbard and special guest Chris Santore as we dive into these topics and more!
Public access to hiking trails in Susquehanna County was hard to come by for a long time. But times have changed, the old rail system on the eastern portion of the county is gone, and in its place is a great trail system that allows for recreational hiking, biking, horseback riding, cross country skiing, snowmobiling, and even sectional access to ATVs. Join us as we discuss the trail system, the staff that makes it all happen, and the events on the trail that everyone should attend!
Join me as I introduce our new Dirt and Gravel Road Specialist (and hopefully our new Conservation Corner co-host). Find out a bit about Devyn and some of her prior experiences that led her to pursue a career in conservation.
Busy is a good word to describe the month of September here at the District. Join us as we discuss all of our public events planned for the unofficial start of fall.
What's happening to the Conservation Corner? This week we have a big announcement. Join us as we discuss the matters surrounding this big announcement and what will happen after the big announcement. Curious? Don't miss this episode...
What's the story with Smokey Bear? Nearly everyone recognizes the mascot that brings awareness to the dangers of forest fires and what you can do to prevent them. But who is this bear and how did he come to be one of America's most well-known mascots? Join us as we discuss Smokey Bear and his rise to fame.
Once upon a time in Pennsylvania, there was an animal called the American Martin. Due to a variety of reasons, the martin was extirpated from the Keystone State. Join us as we find out more about the American Martin and the possibility of re-introduction of the species by the PA Game Commission.
This month we're talking about toads in trees, a variety of new species that have been discovered, a ghost woodpecker, and getting paid to go fishing in Maryland. You don't want to miss this episode!
Sure, moth week has come and gone but moths are amazing! Join us as we discuss what makes moths different from butterflies, why they're so important in our ecosystem, and stick around for a few lesser-known facts about our metamorphosing friends.
Within the reaches of our freshwater lakes, ponds, and slow-moving rivers, lives an organism that resides in the same phylum as jellyfish, sea anemones, sea pens, and rocky coral. Join us as we discuss this little creature and some pretty magnificent attributes that put this organism in a class by itself.