They don’t bite or contain toxins, but they still don’t have many friends in Pennsylvania.
Wintertime and the post-holiday doldrums can contribute to the condition.
The program is back for the start of 2022 after being canceled last year due to the pandemic.
After all but vanishing by the 1960s, the species is now self-sustaining in Pennsylvania.
Game Commission biologist Art McMorris has spent 18 years working on behalf of the winged predators.