It’s the best time of year! Mornings are crisp and it’s beginning to feel like fall. Pennsylvania is celebrating 50 years of conservation for this year’s National Hunting and Fishing Day. Host Matt Morrett is joined by Executive Director of the Pennsylvania Game Commission Bryan Burhans and Executive Director of the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission Tim Schaeffer.
National Hunting and Fishing Day celebrates generations of hunters and anglers and how they contribute to our rich sporting heritage and wildlife conservation.
Pennsylvania is home to 1.6 million acres of state game lands that are open to the public and 86,000 miles of streams, second only to Alaska! The Keystone State is a special place that has something to offer everyone whether you’re hunting, fishing or just enjoy recreating outside.
Thank you to our hunters, anglers and outdoor enthusiasts for their passion and dedication to conservation. Listen now to find out how you can play a role in protecting and preserving wildlife and their habitat for current and future generations.