DEC announces new Adirondack Scat Challenge

Date: Apr 01, 2016
Tags: Adirondacks, Bushwhacking, Family Fun, Hiking, Natural History, Organic, Wildlife
Nature enthusiasts will have their eyes on the ground this summer. On April 1, officials with the state Department of Environmental Conservation announced a new plan — the Adirondack Scat C...

The Big Melt!

Date: Mar 22, 2016
Tags: Adirondacks, Hiking, Whitewater Rafting
Water Everywhere! Spring can be a tricky time here in the Adirondacks. It is starting to warm up and the snow is starting to melt. There's no more skiing, no more snowmobiling, and it's time ...

1/4 pound of lobster lovin'

Date: Mar 16, 2016
Tags: Adirondacks, Attractions Entertainment, Dine, Shopping
Fallin' in love with The Sandwich As a child, and even into early adulthood, I despised sandwiches! Unless it was the occasional grilled cheese, just the thought of a sandwich turned my sto...

Birding in March: A Transitional Time

Date: Mar 09, 2016
Tags: Adirondacks, Birding, Experience, Outdoor Recreation, Spring, Wildlife
In the Adirondacks, March and October are transitional months, with October representing life falling into a slumber, and March a reawakening. The stillness of winter settles in during Januar...

Birders Flock to the Central Adirondacks!

Date: Mar 09, 2016
Tags: Adirondacks, Birding, Experience, Outdoor Recreation, Wildlife, Winter
 Winter Birds in the Central Adirondacks The winter birds of Long Lake, Newcomb, and Minerva have been a magnet for visiting birders this season. In addition to our year-round boreal species...