Forest rangers rescue hikers on Little Porter, Shelving Rock and elsewhereThe following are forest ranger actions from August 12-18. The information is provided by the… Mosquitoes with a view at new Wolf Pond trail and lean-toWith DEET on our clothes and nets over our heads, we would have forgotten about… McKibben: Climate action requires a movement"We're essentially paying no attention." Monarchs and swallowtailsMonarchs have been a common sight this summer in the Adirondacks as their numbers are… More Adirondack Park wilderness rescues last weekOn Aug. 5 at 11:25 p.m., Franklin County 911 transferred a call to DEC's Ray… Drawn to Nippletop and DialNippletop (4,620 feet), the 13th-highest peak in the Adirondack Park, especially intrigued me. A prominent…
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