Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Adirondack Field Naturalists- field trip

Adk Field Naturalist(AFN) will be going to Upper/Lower Lakes Wildlife Management Area (WMA):
this coming Sunday, 4 Oct. We will meet at Indian Creek Nature Center in Canton @ 9AM. From there we will explore the WMA trails, and wetlands. Bring food, field guides, bino's, and sturdy walking shoes.

If you are interested in joining AFN(free and open to the public)...please drop an email to Brian (

"Adirondack Field Naturalists"

Purpose 1: To promote the investigation, education,
and appreciation of the natural world that lies within
the Adirondack Region of Upstate New York.

Purpose 2: Through planned field trips, workshops, and
lectures, supporting members can study all aspects of
the natural heritage of the Adirondack Region as well
as promote the conservation of these wild areas.

AFN workshops/field trips focus on many aspects of natural history field studies within the Adirondack region.

Monday, September 28, 2009

Fisheries and Wildlife Seminar Series

If you're looking for something to do this coming Friday, 2 Oct at 10:10AM head out to Paul Smiths College to attend the second in a series of 3 lectures given to PSC students and local community:

This is a great lecture series but on by the Fisheries and Wildlife Dept. at Paul Smiths College.

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Adirondack Nightime Sky

With the many cloudless evenings we've encountered this late summer season I find my eyes always being drawn to the "misty" Milky Way that seems to flow through the star-filled skies of the Adirondacks.
Here's a fact-filled website to start you off on your search of our little spot in the Universe:

Thursday, September 10, 2009

Fungus - what's in a name....

.....let's just admire the varied forms they come in!

Photos by Brian McAllister