From the Field

Connecting YOU with Wildlife – Pennsylvania Game Commission

Give the Gift of Conservation

 

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You can help support Pennsylvania wildlife through the purchase of several Pennsylvania Game Commission products.

This year, for the first time, the Game Commission is offering a 2016 calendar featuring the birds of Pennsylvania. This calendar is full of stunning images of native birds. Additionally, the Game Commission still offers the classic wildlife of Pennsylvania calendar.  The purchase of a calendar not only makes a great gift, but also supports wildlife conservation in the Commonwealth.

In 1982, the Pennsylvania Game Commission developed the Working Together for Wildlife program to give the public a way to contribute to wildlife; a way for hunters and nonhunters alike to work with the agency to help wildlife. Since its inception, Working Together for Wildlife has generated over $3 million to benefit wildlife.

2015_WTFW_Patch_GroundhogEach year, the program features either a mammal or a bird art print and patch. These have become collector’s items and the collectors can feel proud of their investment in Pennsylvania’s wildlife. A groundhog was the featured mammal for 2015. The print and patch can be ordered from the Outdoor Shop. All proceeds, support Pennsylvania wildlife.

The Game Commission also offers a voluntary waterfowl management stamp. The sales from the art support wetland habitat acquisitions and management.2015_Duck_Stamp_Print

Many more items are available in the Outdoor Shop including: patches, 2015_Big_Game_Records_Bookpins, framed and unframed art, wall charts, hats and collectibles as well as books such as

2015 Pennsylvania Big Game Records Book

Pennsylvania Deer Hunting, Through The Pages of Game NewsPGC_Cook_Book_2nd_Edition

Pennsylvania Game Commission, Game Cookbook, Second Edition

Pennsylvania Wildlife Student Guide

On behalf of the commonwealth’s wildlife, the Game Commission would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to all Working Together for Wildlife contributors for their generosity in helping conserve Pennsylvania’s woods and wilds.

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