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airplanes and the control tower at Philadelphia International Airport, where international flights have just resumed
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You Can Now Take International Flights Out of Philadelphia Again

A roundup of news from the Philadelphia area. International Flights Resume Out of Philadelphia (Hooray?) Lately, there’s been a lot of talk about: Would you […]

deer hunting at heinz wildlife refuge
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I Let My Son Try Archery Deer Hunting in Philly. Here’s What It Was Like

You might say that my wife and I were more than a little surprised when our 13-year-old son announced that he wanted to go deer […]

jersey shore seagulls
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Ocean City Mayor: Stop Waving Your Damn Pizza at Seagulls

When you go to the Shore, you’re bound to encounter some annoyances. There are your fellow humans (we ranked the worst of them here). Then there […]

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Soon You Can Bow Hunt for Deer in This Philly Park

A national wildlife refuge on the border of Philadelphia and Tinicum Township in Delaware County plans to open up a portion of its 993 acres […]

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The Best Thing That Happened This Week: Bucks County’s Fox Pox

When we were growing up in Bucks County in the 1970s, it was a wonderland of deep dense forests and verdant farmland and misty hills, […]

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People, Stop Killing Wild Animals With Kindness

One of the most embarrassing things I ever did was find a dog that wasn’t lost. It was near Second and Washington, while I was […]

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Feds to Invest $1 Million Annually to Connect Heinz Urban Refuge, Southwest Philly

The folks at John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge are celebrating today after the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced that it will be investing $1 million […]

SEPTA Interim Weekday Schedule
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A Snake Was Discovered at a University City Regional Rail Station

The Snakes on a Plane jokes would be too easy. They’d also be inaccurate, because this slithery serpent wasn’t even spotted on a train, but instead was found inside a […]

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5 Furry Philly Groundhog Day Alternatives to Punxsutawney Phil

There is nothing wrong with Punxsutawney Phil. In fact, for a groundhog, the little guy is pretty cute. Getting a bit chubby in the cheeks, […]

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Podcast Explores Wildlife You Wouldn’t Expect to Find in Philly and Beyond

It may be hard to believe, but urban wildlife extends far beyond subway rats and cockroaches. Local nature nuts, Billy (aka Bernard) Brown and Tony Croasdale, […]