Yes, and not only the ANF but also the entire Northern tier of the State. Birds can often be bunched up and in that big country you can pass them by, but then sometimes you don't.
Not unusual to get 15 to 25 flushes a day when things are going right. Not always, but often enough to make it worth having a Dog. The ANF has thousands of acres of multiple age clear cuts that are getting better with each year. Marcellus gas roads have opened up miles of edge cover.
Have also crossed paths with Bucks that will take your breath away. They are rare and it would not necessarily be my first choice to see Deer, but there are hogs in that country.
Last edited by battue; 02/19/12.