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Wildlife Media Resource Center Has Something For Everyone


Wildlife Media Resource Center Has Something For Everyone


Looking for the perfect photo of a porcupine for your school report? Interested in changing your computer screen-saver to highlight Pennsylvania wildlife? Then check out the latest addition to the Pennsylvania Game Commission's website (www.pgc.state.pa.us); the Wildlife Media Resource Center.

To access the new section, visit the Game Commission's website (www.pgc.state.pa.us) and click on "Media Resource Center" in the right-hand column of the homepage.

"This resource center provides information, photographs and streaming videos that showcase Pennsylvania's amazing wildlife resources," said Carl G. Roe, Game Commission executive director. "The reference materials and photographs may be used to promote and/or learn more about wildlife. They are available to news media, students and others interested in wildlife and may used in articles, school reports and as a desktop display or screen-saver on your computer."

The website offers visitors 46 photos that can be used as screen savers; as well as 60 bird and 60 mammal photos. There also are more than 50 video downloads featuring information about various wildlife species, hunting safety tips and important Game Commission programs to promote hunting, trapping and wildlife education.

The Media Resource Center also links to the Game Commission's news releases, research reports and statistics, the popular Wildlife Note series and information about the state's wildlife on the endangered and threatened birds and mammals.

Media Contact:
Jerry Feaser (717) 705-6541 or [email protected]

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