El Niño Warm Weather Confuses Adirondack Wildlife

El Niño Warm Weather Confuses Adirondack Wildlife

This year’s record-breaking warm fall and winter in the Adirondack Mountains has affected moods, bottom lines, and heating bills, important topics to us humans. But we are not the only ones impacted by this year’s surreal Adirondack winter-that-never-was. Wildlife...
Moose in New York: if You See Something, Say Something

Moose in New York: if You See Something, Say Something

New online form makes it easy to report your moose sighting If you have a good eye for spotting wildlife and are lucky enough to be in New York’s moose country, State officials want your help. The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, SUNY...
Amorous Moose of Northern New York and How to Avoid Them

Amorous Moose of Northern New York and How to Avoid Them

It is that lovey-dovey time of year in northern New York when moose mate, otherwise known as the rut. From the middle of September to the middle of October, amorous moose are out and about, looking for love. For everyone’s safety, Ben Tabor, Wildlife Biologist...
Adirondack Moose Alert

Adirondack Moose Alert

We Have Good Moose News and Bad Moose News It is true, moose are making a comeback in the Adirondacks. You can read all about it here or click on the word “Moose” in the tag cloud in the right column here on Adirondack Lifestyle. The good moose news leads...
Wilmington Notch Bull Moose Euthanized

Wilmington Notch Bull Moose Euthanized

I knew the news was bad as soon as I saw Ed’s face. The bull moose who had been seen in and around the Ausable River in the Wilmington Notch was not doing well. New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) officials who had been keeping an...
Moose on the Loose in the Notch Clarification

Moose on the Loose in the Notch Clarification

Since I am not an expert in wildlife biology but I love living in a part of the world where I can see other wildlife, and I am somewhat infatuated with forms of life who don’t live in houses, I usually have many questions for the resident biologist. This past...
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