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On the Sunrise trail
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Schlimmer recounts tales from the field
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Christmas count yields unusual sightings
The annual Christmas bird count put on by the Audubon Society occurred as usual this year, but even though it's been going on for decades locally, there were a few unusual birds spotted when the count took place in January.
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Following the flush of life
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Natural and man-made beauties of the Park
NEWCOMB -- The Adirondack Park is well known for its natural places: vast forests, quiet backcountry ponds and rugged High Peaks.
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Summers pass fast, but memories last
Summer is the most fleeting of all Adirondack seasons. It typically arrives late and departs early, yet memories of the season can last a lifetime. Adirondack summers have staying power.
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Rock Snot threatens New York fishing waters
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Skiing an Adirondack Classic
UPPER WORKS — In the Adirondacks, where the snowpack can be thin in the valleys and several feet thick in the higher elevations, backcountry-ski trips are sometimes met with a bit of apprehension for fear that conditions will be poor.
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