Leave young wildlife alone
Humans often do more harm than good when they interfere with baby birds, fawns and other animals they come upon in springtime and summer.
- Big-game news, stats: most 2012 numbers up Deer, bear data come with some very informative reports, Dan Ladd writes.
- 'History Matters' begins with hunting camps The public is invited to attend a discussion on the history and culture of hunting camps in the area
- Popular warmwater sportfish seasons open Fishing for walleye, northern pike, pickerel and tiger muskellunge opened yesterday
- Hunter, retriever need to be each other's best friend Hunting dogs have remarkable, innate traits, Elizabeth Lee writes.
Outdoors Briefs: April 28, 2013
Take a look at brief outdoors-related news of note around the North Country.
Gobble up some advice from turkey experts
At the New York State Outdoor Writers Association's Spring Safari, three experienced turkey hunters shared their wisdom in a symposium atmosphere, Dan Ladd writes.
DEC announces '13 Earth Day activities
Events planned throughout state
Count on BioBlitz for help tally local species
BioBlitz 2013 began as a way to develop a sense of stewardship among SUNY Plattsburgh students, Elizabeth Lee writes.
- DEC offers options for landowners with overabundant geese Several options are available to alleviate damage and nuisance caused by resident Canada geese during the spring and summer months.
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