Outdoors Briefs: April 6, 2014
Take a look at brief outdoors-related news of note around the North Country.
NY budget allows crossbow hunting this fall
Bill will allow crossbow use for all small game, including turkeys, and any big game season in which firearms are allowed.
Ice, slush blamed for mediocre snowmobiling season
A lot of ice didn't make for good riding much of the winter in the North Country.
Bringing to light the story of historic local structure
The deadline to identify a new owner for the Split Rock steel tower is May 1, Elizabeth Lee writes.
DEC invites hunter input on fall 2014 waterfowl seasons
Task forces to help set season dates for waterfowl hunting in New York.
Last chance coyote: Cadyville man shares expertise
There's no shortage of coyotes in the North Country, and nobody knows that better than Greg Caron, Dan Ladd writes.
DEC deems 2013 Angler Achievement Awards Program a success
New record set for brook trout.
Spring bluebird presentation planned at CCC
"All About Bluebirds -- and More" will be presented by John Rogers
Statewide forestry association honors DEC Teacher Ed Program
DEC has trained 16,000 New York educators to teach environmental concepts in pre-K through grade 12
- More snow means more time to hit the trails Steele Woods Road in Lewis is one of several seasonal roads good for late winter skiing, Elizabeth Lee writes.
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