Global warming vs. wildlife in Pennsylvania

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Who doesn’t remember going on their first deer hunt or seeing their first moose? Hunting and observing wildlife has long been an important part of our country’s rich natural heritage. The success we’ve had in restoring big-game populations has been largely due to the millions of dollars generated from the sale of sporting licenses as well as a self-imposed excise tax on sporting arms and ammunition. Our state fish and wildlife agencies have wisely used this vital source of conservation funding to......

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