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September 16, 2019: Game Commission Southwest Region To Host Game Lands Tours

Middle Creek Wildlife Management Area

Pennsylvania Game Commission
Middle Creek Wildlife Management Area
Kleinfeltersville, PA 17039
 

Seasonal Roads, Designated Routes, Snowmobile Trails and Access for Hunters with Disabilities

NOTICE: The gate located at Cold Springs Road, SGL 211 in Lebanon County, at the top of Second Mountain will be closed Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays for necessary road repairs. The road is still open to foot traffic. The gate will remain open for travel Fridays through the following Mondays to allow access. Thank you for your understanding.

Seasonal Roads Open for Hunting & Trapping
Designated Routes for Horses and Bicycles
Snowmobile Trails
Access Routes for Hunters with Disabilities

Public Shooting Ranges

Public Shooting Ranges in the Southeast Region

Field Reports - March 30, 2020

Berks County Game Warden Ryan L. Zawada reports that a Wernersville man recently pleaded guilty to citations for hunting through the use of bait. Trail-camera pictures of the defendant spreading bait on property that he was trespassing on, proved to be key evidence in the case.

Bucks County Game Warden Shawna Burkett is seeking information about an ongoing investigation in Milford Township, Bucks County. Ten deer carcasses were illegally disposed of in a residential dumpster off Sleepy Hollow Road between Dec. 5 and 10, 2019. Anyone that may have information regarding this incident is asked to contact the Southeast Region Office in Reading at 610-926-3136.

Lancaster County Game Warden Daniel Gibble reports investigating drug- and wildlife-related violations with Pennsylvania State Police.

Lancaster County Game Warden John Veylupek reports investigating cases of littering, unlawful riding on closed State Game Lands 156 trails and failure to heed posted state game lands signs.

Lancaster County Game Warden Greg Graham reports adjudication of a case involving two individuals who unlawfully took a protected buck last season. A juvenile who hadn’t completed a Hunter-Trapper Education and didn’t have a hunting license shot the deer. And someone else tagged it with his antlerless tag. Both paid fines in excess of $1,000.

Northampton County Game Warden Bradley Kreider reports, deer seasons have ended but reports of poaching haven’t stopped. “We are still receiving calls and information dealing with the unlawful taking of deer and other wildlife,” Kreider said. “February can also be a busy month for complaints concerning dogs chasing deer.”

Montgomery County Game Warden Raymond Madden reports numerous cases were adjudicated involving individuals shooting in safety zones and trespassing while hunting. “All hunters need to make certain that they secure required permission prior to entry on property not belonging to them,” Madden said.