Hunting

Once upon a time, all an avid hunter needed was an Adirondack Guide and a campfire. The storied abundance of local hunting and fishing were an early attraction bringing visitors to our wilderness. This was especially true once W.H.H. Murray (aka Adirondack Murray) wrote "Adventures in the Wilderness," which was published in 1869.The six million acres of the Adirondack Park still offer a... [Read More]
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Author:Pamela Merritt
Categories:Wildlife, Natural History, Hunting, Fall, Conservation
            We have once again reached the time of year when turkey is in the forefront of our minds and in the center of our plates, and it is worth considering the Wild Turkey which makes the Adirondacks and New York State its home.  Turkeys range across much of the country and all of the state and are common in the region.  I... [Read More]
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Author:Alan Belford
Categories:winter, Wildlife, Outdoor Recreation, Natural History, Hunting, Family fun, Fall, Conservation
Historic Saranac Lake will host the first talk in their Second Annual "History Matters" series at the Saranac Laboratory Museum in Saranac Lake on May 9.  If hunting is your thing, you won't want to miss this sure to be lively talk by Jack Fogarty and Joe Hackett, with slides provided by Billy Allen and moderation by Bob Brown.Our hunting heritage dates back to the first inhabitants of the... [Read More]
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Author:Sue Cameron
Categories:Hunting, Historic Downtown, Events

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