Our latest batch of photos from Beaver Brook land, protected by Eddy Foundation and Northeast Wilderness Trust, with a proposed CATS trail through, includes these nice ones of Bobcat, Black Bear, and Coyote, as well as Turkeys, Raccoons, squirrels, and deer. Success of wildlife … [Read more...] about Split Rock Wildlife Sightings: Black Bear, Bobcat, & Coyote!
A century and a half ago, the great naturalist and wilderness explorer John Muir wrote that if it came to a war between humans and bears, he’d be tempted to side with the bears. So would I, especially after watching nearly half of our country’s voters back a man who seems to … [Read more...] about Protecting Black Bears in New York
Bears are lumbering into towns all around the Adirondack Park this summer. They’re hungry and doing whatever bears can do to root out food, often from garbage bins, sometimes tearing through parked cars or even banging on doors. One night earlier this month, Rory Riggins, 18, … [Read more...] about The Bear Necessities: Dry Year Has Bruins Sniffing Out Alternate Food Sources (THE SUN)