Anxiously awaiting more snow, in this taunting winter of 2018, I recently skied the only place I could, across the big wetland at Hemlock Rock Wildlife Sanctuary, then Microspiked up Adirondack Land Trust’s part of Coon Mountain. I was on protected land throughout this ramble in … [Read more...] about Whither Tracks in the Snow?
The state Department of Environmental Conservation has begun a third year count of the Adirondack moose population. Data collected will help inform population estimates and herd health, according to a new report by the DEC. “So far a total of 72 moose groups and 131 … [Read more...] about Adirondack Moose Count Underway (THE SUN)
With hopes of "priming the pump", I'd like to share some Essex bobcat photos. Maybe, maybe it will inspire a stealthy wild cat or three to venture my way this winter. With fresh snow on the ground, it's once again perfect conditions for tracking wild critters wandering in our … [Read more...] about Essex Bobcat Photos
CATS, along with the Eddy Foundation and the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS), are pleased to introduce Alex Caskey, our summer intern working on a fascinating project looking into wildlife friendly farming in the Champlain Valley. Alex is a graduate student at Tufts … [Read more...] about Wildlife Friendly Farming is Topic for CATS Intern
Last blog we told you the grim news of white-nose syndrome, caused by an alien fungus, and how it is decimating bat populations in the Adirondacks and across much of the East and Midwest. Here we’ll say a little more about what this means for New York’s Adirondack Park. What … [Read more...] about BATS: Our Flying Mammal Neighbors