After a decade in the development and construction process, one of the state’s premier wildlife viewing areas, the Middle Creek Wildlife Management Area, opened in 1973, thanks to the hard work of the Pennsylvania Game Commission and many others.

Constructed as a means of attracting migrating waterfowl such as Canada geese to the area, the project now boasts itself as a breeding grounds for 114 confirmed bird species with 293 species known to visit the area.

Larry Hendricks is an avid outdoorsman from Union County.

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