DEC to revise draft mute swan management plan
The plan will be released for second public comment period.
Outdoors Briefs: March 9, 2014
Take a look at outdoors-related news of note around the North Country.
- Snow brings out the dewclaws this time of year Elizabeth Lee went up to the Westport Fish and Game Club recently and had the chance to track some deer dewclaws.
Lake George invasive species battle continues
The Lake George Park Commission's plan to move forward with mandatory boat inspections and boat washing stations is about to be realized, Dan Ladd writes.
Bird language, behavior topic of next natural history program
Series continues in March with back-to-back lecture and field classes
New snow offers fresh chance to observe animal life
Animals of the north need snow. For many small mammals, the more snow the better, Elizabeth Lee writes.
Public invited to attend New York Safe Boating Course
Completion of class qualifies for safe boating certification.
Cuomo approves Essex Chain Lakes classification
APA sent the land-use plan to the governor for review in December with multiple uses for new Adirondack Park property.
Toss traditional logic aside with some lake trout
That's why it's called fishing, and not catching, Dan Ladd writes.
- DEC releases draft recovery plan for northern cricket frog Public comments accepted until Feb. 21
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- DEC to revise draft mute swan management plan