NY group seeks reports of cougars in Adirondacks
Protect the Adirondacks will work with wildlife experts to investigate credible reports of sightings.
Expanding upon mystery of recent sounds, shaking
Columnist Elizabeth Lee sheds light on cryoseisms -- also known as frost quakes or ice quakes.
DEC releases 2 draft species management plans
Will guide management of black bears, mute swans for next 10 years.
Cranberry Lake 'First Strike' Ice Fishing Derby set for Jan. 25
Ten to 14 inches of ice predicted for tournament.
DEC to dismantle Marcy Dam
Popular High Peaks camping area will revert to river and forest.
- Old school or high tech, give hard-water fishing a try Ice fishing can be as simple as it was in your grandfather's day, or involve using the latest technology, columnist Dan Ladd writes.
- DEC system for licenses, reports up and running Public can resume purchasing licenses, reporting game harvests
- Outdoors Briefs: Jan. 12, 2014 Take a look at brief outdoors-related news of note around the North Country.
Booking time in winter to catch up on reading list
"Lichens of the North Woods" is a simple, lightweight, well-organized reference, columnist Elizabeth Lee writes.
DEC adopts sauger conservation management plan
Sauger were once common in New York portions of Lake Erie, Lake Ontario, the St. Lawrence River and Lake Champlain.
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