The Controlled Plant and Noxious Weed Committee of Pennsylvania’s Department of Agriculture voted to add burning bush to their list of banned plants, classifying the non-native species as a Class B noxious weed and prohibiting its sale across the state by early 2023.
70 hummingbird species in Pennsylvania in the 2022 U.S., according on the State of the Birds report, “at the tipping point.”
Designated as a National Natural Landmark by the National Park Service in 1973, Hemlocks Natural Area is the home to many hemlock trees that are believed to be more than 225 years old.
According to the new regulations made by the Pennsylvania Board of Fish and Boat Commissioners, snakeheads, also known as frankenfish, are joining the list of species that may be taken by bowfishing methods in Pennsylvania.
The historic Camp Michaux in Cumberland County has long been the victim of invasive plants.
Starting this week, the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission is planning to bring back blue catfish to the Allegheny, Ohio, and Monongahela rivers.
Ever hear of Pennsylvania’s state amphibian, the Hellbender? While the name may seem cool, it definitely adds to the poor creature’s bad reputation and misunderstood life.
Visible by August 18th and peaking on the following night, some lucky Pennsylvanians got the chance to see the breathtaking, sky-illuminating phenomenon known as Aurora borealis, or the Northern Lights.
Two orphaned grizzly bear cubs are on their way to Rivendale Wildlife Sanctuary in Washington County after their mother was euthanized for developing a proclivity for human food.
Nestled in the center of Pennsylvania sits Happy Valley, home to Penn State, where small city cultures mix with the backdrop of the Appalachian mountains.