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Northeast Region


Northeast Region Prescribed Burns

Use of Prescribed Fire in Wildlife Habitat Management (PDF)

News Releases


Seasonal Roads, Designated Routes and Snowmobile Trails

Seasonal Roads Open for Hunting & Trapping
Designated Routes for Horses and Bicycles
Snowmobile Trails

Public Shooting Ranges

Public Shooting Ranges in the Northeast Region

Field Reports - September 14, 2018

Bradford County Game Warden Blake Barth reports that several roads and bridges were damaged by the flooding that occurred in Bradford County in late August. “Anyone traveling to the area for hunting season may have to travel alternate routes if their normal routes of travel are closed due to flood damage,” said Barth.

Bradford County Game Warden Blake Barth reports citing an individual for unlawfully driving an ATV on State Game Lands 12 around a clearly posted closed gate and onto a road designated for use by disabled hunters.

Columbia County Game Warden Rick Deiterich reports issuing numerous warnings to shooters using the newly reconstructed shooting range on State Game Lands 58 immediately after the new hunting license year for not having current hunting licenses or range permits.

Susquehanna County Game Warden Mike Webb reports several different species of animals have recently been submitted for rabies testing after pesons handled or were bitten by suspect mammals.

Susquehanna County Game Warden Mike Webb reports several deer were unlawfully killed in the area and requests anyone with information on poaching activity to contact the Game Commission.

Sullivan County Game Warden Rick Finnegan reports encountering an individual unlawfully riding a motor-assisted mountain bike on state game lands.