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HARRISBURG, PA — Timed for the Monday, November 28 opening of Pennsylvania’s traditional deer season, the state Bureau of Forestry reminds hunters a revamped, interactive website offering a wealth of maps, statistics and other information is available to make their hunt more enjoyable and rewarding.
“Those hunters who enjoy roaming our state forest and parklands will find an interactive map of the state, and a multi-faceted website designed by hunters—for hunters,” said Department of Conservation and Natural Resources Secretary Cindy Adams Dunn. “Not just deer hunters but others seeking bear, turkey, small game and even waterfowl in other seasons will find this information invaluable.”
Offering details on newly opened roads, timber harvesting activity, forestry office contact numbers and much more, the state forest map can be viewed at http://maps.dcnr.pa.gov/bof/huntmap/index.html.