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image by Randy Young, 25 February 2016
The Pennsylvania Game Commission has helped manage Pennsylvania's wildlife resources for more than 100 years, according to the agency's
website (www.portal.state.pa.us). Wildlife protection is conducted by a force of about 200 full-time Wildlife Conservation Officers and more than 500 deputies. The officers and deputies are responsible for enforcing hunting and trapping laws, investigating hunting accidents, assisting in wildlife research
projects, and providing educational programs.
The Game Commission's flag can be seen online here. The flag features the Commission's keystone-shaped logo centered on a white field. There is a second flag in the linked photograph that is likely a memorial flag for the Game Commission, though I have yet to be able to get a good look at what's on the green field of that flag.
Randy Young, 25 February 2016