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Hunting Within City Limits – Asking for Trouble?

When it comes to hunting, the vision most of us have in our heads is that of bright-orange clad hunters out in the remote woods of Western and Central Pennsylvania, but this is not always the case. Did you know that Pennsylvania’s hunting laws allow for inner city...

Creating a Wildlife Friendly Backyard

Photo courtesy of National Audobon Society Owning a house or renting a property with a bit of green space is good for the soul. It offers a relaxing place to unwind, a place to gather with friends, or for kids and pets to play. For years, part of the “American Dream”...

Traveling with Animals and the Planet in Mind

Many are calling this the summer of revenge travel–people have postponed, shortened, or canceled their vacations over the past two years due to Covid, and now many of us have had enough! No high gas prices or overbooked flights can keep Americans from traveling this...

Kentucky Derby: Alternatives to the Cruelty

In today’s world of perpetual social media, events that are visually stunning have caught on, and I’ve noticed a bit of a renaissance of the Kentucky Derby Party. People get together in eccentric fancy dress with ornate hats and colorful cocktails to watch horse races...