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Coyote sightings add up in Manhattan

April 24, 2015 NEW YORK — One moseyed around Manhattan’s East Village. Another was caught in trendy Chelsea. Yet another rambled through a Hudson River park this week. Tourists? Hipsters? Coyotes. more »»

Final Hudson dredging season looms, but what is PCBs’ lasting effect?

April 24, 2015 ALBANY — Government trustees assessing damage to the Hudson River from prolonged PCB contamination on Thursday stressed the widespread harm to its fish as a final season of dredging looms. more »»

A stroll through the Wild Center’s Wild Walk

April 23, 2015 TUPPER LAKE — We entered the woods from the back of The Wild Center parking lot and followed a winding path through an evergreen forest. more »»

Rangers help lost hikers, child

April 23, 2015 RAY BROOK — State Department of Environmental Conservation forest rangers responded to the following search-and-rescue incidents in the Adirondacks the week of April 13 to 19: --- FRANKLIN COUNTY... more »»

Beating the beads

April 22, 2015 LAKE PLACID — They’re found in body wash, facial scrub and toothpaste, and they don’t disappear after they’re washed down the drain. more »»

Towns near Lake George vow to cut road salt pollution

April 20, 2015 LAKE GEORGE (AP) — Groups that organized to fight invasive species in Lake George are now targeting road salt pollution. more »»

An Adirondack solution in Japan

April 18, 2015 LAKE PLACID — It’s a busy day in the High Peaks when 50 people are enjoying the view from the summit of Mount Marcy at once. That’s nothing for Mount Fuji, the most-climbed mountain in the world. more »»

Waiting game finally coming to an end

April 18, 2015 Following a string of warm, brilliant bluebird days, it appears spring is finally on the way. The seasonal transition has been fairly gradual to date. more »»

Harsh Northeast winter was no hindrance to hungry ticks

April 17, 2015 ALBANY — Think you’re safe from ticks because the harsh winter froze them or because you haven’t been trekking through the woods? Think again. more »»

Yellow perch: Professor argues for a stay of execution

April 14, 2015 PAUL SMITHS — Conventional wisdom has held that yellow perch are a non-native species that’s a threat to native brook trout populations. more »»

Lake Flower boat washing planned

April 14, 2015 SARANAC LAKE — The state’s boat launch on Lake Flower could become the first in the Tri-Lakes area to have a boat washing station designed to help prevent the spread of aquatic invasive species. more »»

Spring sunset

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Rangers rescue lost, injured hikers

April 14, 2015 RAY BROOK — State Department of Environmental Conservation forest rangers responded to the following incidents in the Adirondacks from April 6 to 12: --- Warren County Lake George Wild Forest, tow... more »»

Lost hiker safe

April 13, 2015 RAY BROOK — A local man spent two nights lost in the woods before state forest rangers found him this morning. more »»

The ups and downs of two crows

April 11, 2015 KEENE — In Keene, there’s a lot to see in 3.5 miles. more »»

Wellness and adventure in the deep woods

April 11, 2015 Last weekend, I spent a few days skiing the backcountry on a mix of crusted snow and fresh powder. more »»

A threat to hemlocks

April 8, 2015 LAKE PLACID — A fungus infestation in the 1900s almost wiped out American chestnut trees, and now scientists are worried the same thing could happen to eastern hemlocks in the Adirondacks. more »»

H’town planning board OKs marina project

April 8, 2015 SARANAC LAKE — The Harrietstown Planning Board has wrapped up the review of one the biggest and most controversial projects it’s seen in years. more »»

 
 

 

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