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Breeding Bird Atlas III Underway

The third New York state breeding bird atlas has begun, and birders, naturalists, landowners and others are needed to help document the presence of species across the state over the next five years … more

Open DRBC Positions

The Delaware River Basin Commission (DRBC) has open positions on several committees. DRBC is a federal government agency comprised of representatives from Pennsylvania, Delaware, New York and New … more

Free Fly-Tying Classes - Fun with Steel, Feathers and Fur

The Jerry Bartlett Memorial Angling Collection at the Phoenicia Library will offer its annual fly tying classes beginning on Saturday, Feb. 1 and continuing through Saturday, Feb. 22. The classes are … more

CESRPL Results

Stamford/Richmondville defeated Oneonta, 1,138(30X) to 1,068(18X), Jan. 17 to stay atop of the Central Empire State Rifle and Pistol League standings. In other action, Sidney defeated Rockdale, 1,081 … more

Audubon to Lead Member Trip to View Local Bald Eagles

 This year’s field trip to view wintering bald eagles around the Delaware County rivers and reservoirs is scheduled for Jan. 11. more

DEP Recreational Boating Program Continues to Grow

The New York City Department of Environmental Protection announced use of more than 1,300 boats in 2019 through its recreational boating program in the Catskills, including 711 canoes and kayaks rented to visitors by local businesses. more

DEC Issues Safety Precautions, Invites Anglers to Try Ice Fishing

New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Basil Seggos encouraged anglers to get out and safely enjoy ice fishing, a great way to spend time with family and friends outdoors during the winter months. more

Delhi Sporterrifles Results

The Delhi Sporterrifle lost to Rochester - 1,355 to 1,351 in the 12th match of the season. more


Brendan Gill: “Not a shred of evidence exists in favor of the idea that life is serious.” April is gone and May is here. SAT tests are scheduled for Sidney Central School for … more


I know the weather has kept many of you inside, not out on stream banks drowning worms. I hope you have used that time to get the lawn mowers serviced and ready to roll because I can see the … more

Skate Sharpening in Livingston Manor

Former Disney on Ice performer Chris Bartlett will lead a Skate Sharpening workshop at Morgan Outdoors, 46 Main Street, Livingston Manor, on Saturday, Dec. 21, from noon to 3 p.m. To book a … more

Sullivan County and Partners Relaunch Trailkeeper.org

A joint effort of Sullivan County’s Division of Planning & Community Development, Catskill Mountainkeeper, the Delaware Highlands Conservancy, the Sullivan Catskills Visitors Association and … more

DEC Campground Ambassador Program Expanded for 2020 Camping Season

New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Commissioner Basil Seggos announced the opening of the 2020 application period for the Campground Ambassador program. As part of the state’s … more

NY Fishing, Hunting And Wildlife App. Available

DEC, in partnership with ParksByNature Network®, is proud to announce the launch of the New York Fishing, Hunting & Wildlife App for iPhone and Android. This FREE, cutting-edge mobile app … more


John Stuart Mills “I have learned to seek my happiness by limiting my desires, rather than attempting to satisfy them.” Sometimes the desire to satisfy takes over the desire to learn from our … more

Exterior Renovations that Improve Curb Appeal

Neglecting a home’s exterior can be a disservice to homeowners, particularly those looking to increase the value of their homes. Curb appeal is important, as a home’s appearance can greatly … more

Autumn is a Prime Time to Tend Lawns And Gardens

Autumn is gardening season. That statement may not seem right to those who think of the spring as the peak time to care for lawns and gardens. However, autumn is an ideal time to get into the garden … more

How to Create a Winter-Friendly Outdoor Living Space

For many homeowners, the arrival of fall and winter marks an end to time spent lounging and dining al fresco on the patio. But cold air does not necessarily mean patio furniture must be packed up … more

Program: Eagles In Our Region

Learn about the relationship between bald eagles with the Upper Delaware River watershed in a talk by Ken Myett Saturday, Oct. 12 at 4 p.m. at Morgan Outdoors, 46 Main Street, Livingston … more


Our community morns the loss of our friend and neighbor, on Sept. 28, 2019, Paul S. Taber, Jr. passed away. Paul was a math teacher for over 30 years at Downsville Central School, where he also … more
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