September 11 is a date that will long be remembered in the history of this country.
Last evening, I said to my wife, “maybe we should start a fire, it’s getting cool”.
It may seem far too early for hunters to be taking to the woods again, especially in light of the recent 90 degree temperatures.
Clarkson students Kolby Ziemendorf and Catherine Zarnofsky are scaling the 46 high peaks in an effort to raise awareness for suicide prevention.
After enjoying a pleasant and slightly wet, Labor Day weekend, I’ve already been making plans for the impending Fall season.
I recently received a phone call from an old friend who wanted to know if I could help him arrange to get a wild turkey for use as a prop in a photo shoot that was to be produced in the area.
By nature, humans are foragers.
Frank Woolner wrote a book called “Grouse and Grouse Hunting” back in 1970.
Despite glitches in the DEC’s new fishing and hunting licensing software that has slowed processing times, permits are still available for sale, said Jay Town Clerk Beatrice Pelkey.
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo anounced funding for multiple projects on Monday, July 21 that will expand and improve outdoor recreational opportunities in the Adirondack Park, including $750,000 to upgrade the Abanakee Dam on the Indian River, which was the site of the Govenor’s Adirondack Challenge in Indian Lake on July 20 to highlight recreational opportunities and promote the region’s tourism industry.
Troutopia is a new sporting term that I recently coined.
Experience the natural world of the Adirondacks through hands-on learning by attending one or all of the following Naturalist-led interpretive programs, which will continue to run through August.
Local lumbering skills — featuring world-class male and female lumberjacks — as well as re-enactors of local history are featured at a traditional summer festival in rural Stony Creek.
Over the course of the past week, I have stumbled across two unique new experiences that have threatened many of my long held wildwood beliefs.