Anyone know the website or a location on the Internet where I can find this information on this. Yea I know he season is over.
I'm new to the bird dog world, I have a 1.5 year old GSP. After this year being very lack luster for Phessies and ducks, I'm looking for birds to train on till spring. Even if this requires carrying a blank gun. This will also provide scouting info for next season.
I know there aren't many grouse areas where I live, but it's time to put down some boot leather and see what's out there (I live in Juniata Co).
Find your local DCNR main office and either call or send them a letter with what your requesting. I have gotten maps from them that tell you where the clear cuts are and when they were cut. I know they sent some to me free of charge.
There are just some parts of the state that are poor aerial to begin with much less zooming in.
I just called DCNR and talked to the forester in my area to find clearcuts within the last 5-10 years. Sounds like there is no online info for this data, just have to call and get the info from the forester.
I guess what I ment by he aerial imagery being crappy is that some of it was still vegetated (leaves on the trees) when it was taken. It's extreamly difficult to scout what's on the ground when all you can see is canopy.