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Deer hold early advantage over big game hunters

November 3, 2012 Fortunately, the Adirondack region was largely spared the brunt of Hurricane Sandy, which had been described as a superstorm. more »»

Finding the way not always a lost cause

October 28, 2012 Webster’s Dictionary defines lost as “unable to find the way. more »»

New approach to protecting Bicknell’s Thrush

October 26, 2012 LAKE PLACID — In an new effort to protect the Bicknell’s Thrush, an alliance of North American scientists and conservationists are funding a team of Dominican biologists to work with the migratory... more »»

Expect the unexpected in the Adirondacks

October 21, 2012 Many have claimed the Adirondack region has no respect for seasons, and for good reason. more »»

Health Department investigates possible hantavirus case

October 19, 2012 LAKE PLACID — The state Department of Health is investigating a Long Island man’s claim that he contracted the hantavirus from a mouse bite in an Adirondack lean-to. more »»

Whatever you choose, keep doing it outdoors

October 14, 2012 In recent weeks, I have spent a lot of time reviewing national studies and industry research that details the popularity of a diverse range of popular outdoor recreation pursuits. more »»

Vaccination vital to fighting off rabies

October 12, 2012 A growing number of rabies cases in Essex and Clinton counties recently is a reminder to pet owners that they should be vigilant in vaccinating their cats and dogs against the deadly disease. more »»

Quality life found outdoors

October 6, 2012 A recent national survey conducted by OutdoorIndustry. more »»

Black bear killed in Long Lake

October 4, 2012 A state environmental conservation officer shot and killed a young black bear Tuesday, Sept. 25 in Long Lak. more »»

State lands: Love them or leave them

September 29, 2012 Americans have always been adventurers, and adventure travel remains an indelible component of our national identity. more »»

Ranger School celebrates 100 years

September 28, 2012 WANAKENA — Charlie Platt was working as a claims representative for a Social Security Administration office in Oswego in the late 1980s when he decided he needed a career change. more »»

DEC kills moose; says the animal was badly hurt

September 26, 2012 The state Department of Environmental Conservation Tuesday killed a moose that has lingered in the Wilmington Notch and drawn much public attention over the past few days. more »»

Time to move forward with multi-use recreational trail

September 22, 2012 In recent days, the weather has turned toward autumn in a hurry, with a combination of heavy frost, driving rain and blustery skie. more »»

ADK makes changes in latest guidebook

September 21, 2012 The Adirondack Mountain Club has released a new edition of its High Peaks hiking guidebook. more »»

Hunting season approaches with autumn in the air

September 15, 2012 With the arrival of the first frost of the fall season, sportsmen’s attention has increasingly become focused on a traditional shift in the direction of Adirondack outdoor sporting endeavors. more »»

Little bit of everything in 90-Miler

September 13, 2012 SARANAC LAKE — The Adirondack Canoe Classic once again lived up to its name. more »»

Self-nourishment in a remote wilderness

September 9, 2012 In recent weeks, I’ve devoted a lot of ink to exploring the benefits of outdoor travel and the concept of wilderness within the Adirondack Park. I have challenged readers and raised many questions. more »»

City kids get Adirondack experience

September 7, 2012 PAUL SMITHS — Living in New York City, sometimes it’s hard to imagine what it’s like in upstate, especially somewhere as different as the Adirondack. more »»

Signs of change as autumn looms

September 2, 2012 Traditionally, Labor Day weekend signals the completion of the summer season in the Adirondacks. more »»

AmeriCorps lends Newcomb a helping hand

August 31, 2012 NEWCOMB — A crew of about eight AmeriCorps workers lent state, town and private facilities in Newcomb a much-needed hand this summer. more »»

 
 

 

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