About Francesca Krempa

Francesca Krempa is a 2020 Adirondack Explorer reporting intern and a student at the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at the City University of New York.

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  1. Mike says

    We have one of the two permanent camps on Horseshoe Lake and we witnessed these sightings first hand at our camp and watched the Forest Ranger shoot rubber bullets at her from our property the cubs are pretty cool to watch.

  2. Mike Swanekamp says

    Rangers are closing the campsites on Moss Lake, off Big Moose Rd, due to bear activity.
    I believe it started today.

  3. carole smith says

    I agree leave the bears alone! It’s their home and have every right to be there! We just keep taking and taking from them.

  4. Sharon Hext says

    I agree …leave the bears alone. They are obviously very Hungary. People just keep encroaching on the wilderness. The animals have no place to go anymore.

  5. MaryBeth Warburton says

    If certain trails can be closed during mud season why can’t selected camps sites be closed during this time when wildlife need their space? It seems simple. Sometimes old ways need to be changed.
    There are plenty of places for humans to go.

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