Lake Flower Landing in Saranac Lake will presents the North Country debut of Jessika Kenney & Eyvind Kang, in concert on Tuesday, May 17th, at 7:30 pm, with local tabla player, Alan Simon, opening the evening with a short set. [Read more…] about Geo-Musicalities: Jessika Kenney & Eyvind Kang in Saranac Lake
The Clinton County Historical Association has announced “The Haudenosaunee Creation Story and Sculptures,” a program with Emily Kasennisaks Stacey set for Tuesday, May 17th. [Read more…] about Haudenosaunee Creation Story & Sculptures with Emily Kasennisaks Stacey
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) has announced the 2022 Long Island Sound Seaweed Bioextraction Symposium will be held virtually this year on May 18th and 19th, from 1 to 5 pm. [Read more…] about 2022 Long Island Sound Seaweed Bioextraction Symposium
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) has unveiled a plaque and planted a tree to recognize the family of Carl D. and Helen Reiter, whose contribution in their names made possible the new Hashamomuck Marine Waterway Access Site in Southold, Suffolk County.
The site, opened last June, is DEC’s first and only unrestricted Waterway Access Site on the Peconic Bay and will provide public fishing and recreational boating access to this popular waterbody. [Read more…] about History Plaque Installed At Hashamomuck Marine Waterway Access Site
Have you spotted some of spring’s first wildflowers in the forest? This is the time when the famously fleeting flowers called spring ephemerals bloom – but only for a brief period of time. [Read more…] about Ephemeral Wildflowers: Brief Beauties of the Forest Floor
Native turtles are on the move in May and June seeking sandy areas or loose soil to lay their eggs. In New York, thousands of turtles are killed each year when they are struck by vehicles as they migrate to their nesting areas. [Read more…] about Be Alert for Turtles Crossing the Road
The Ausable River Association (AsRA) has announced the schedule for their free, guided interpretive outdoor programs in the northern Adirondacks this spring. This year’s programs include 15 guided trips to locations in the Ausable, Boquet, and Saranac River watersheds. [Read more…] about Ausable River Association Spring Guided Watershed Tours
New York State is home to over two million acres of freshwater wetlands. Freshwater wetlands are lands typically covered with water, are very wet, but are not connected to the ocean or estuary.
Freshwater wetlands have many different names including bogs, swamps, marshes, vernal pools, potholes, and fens. May is American Wetlands Month. [Read more…] about May is American Wetlands Month
New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) has announced the grand opening of the Central-Finger Lakes segment of the New York State Birding Trail to highlight the state’s world-class and wide-ranging birding opportunities.
The Central-Finger Lakes segment includes 54 locations throughout 15 counties, providing a variety of quality birding experiences for New Yorkers and visitors to enjoy. [Read more…] about Central-Finger Lakes Segment of Statewide Birding Trail Opens
Two diseases are commonly spread at bird feeders are Salmonellosis, which affects common redpolls, pine siskins, and other songbirds; and, Finch conjunctivitis which primarily infects house finches and American goldfinches. [Read more…] about Spring Chores: Sanitize Your Bird Feeder