Earl Sneed Replacing Jack Hubley On WGAL’s Wild Moments

Earl Sneed surveys the area as he paddles the Susquehanna.
Earl Sneed surveys the shoreline as he paddles the Susquehanna River
Lancaster, PA – 40 year Pennsylvania Game Commission employee and People of Lancaster Animal Expert, Earl Sneed, will be replacing Jack Hubley on WGAL‘s Wild Moments.

Earl Sneed will be retiring from the Game Commission at the end of the month and assume the role of host of Wild Moments in February.

“When we heard Earl was retiring we knew we had to secure him as the host of Wild Moments.” said WGAL President and General Manager John Humphries.

Jack Hubley will be retiring at the end of the month and joining retiring WGAL weekend anchor Jim Sinkovitz in launching a traveling stage show they are calling “Jack & Jim’s Animal & Male Review”.

Jack Hubley makes funny faces with and eagle.
Jack Hubley makes funny faces with an eagle
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“It has been a great run at WGAL but it is time to move on. I look forward to working with Jim and putting on some exciting shows throughout the Susquehanna Valley. Earl Sneed is widely respected and I wish him the best.” said Hubley.

Sneed, who is also a combat veteran of four wars, was unavailable for comment but will continue to contribute People of Lancaster wildlife stories.

You can watch WGAL’s Wild Moments during the News 8 5:30 newscast every Friday.