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5-Day outdoor and environmental education training

Delaware-Otsego Audubon Society (DOAS) will host a five-day intensive outdoor and environmental education training June 10 - 14 in Oneonta for college students who are working in summer camp programs … more

Birdwatching with Audubon

Delaware-Otsego Audubon Society invites local community members to join them in one or more of their upcoming birdwatching field trips this spring. Birders with all levels of experience can attend to … more

Bring American Burying Beetle back to New York

The Delaware-Otsego Audubon Society will host Dr. Carmen Greenwood, professor and insect ecologist at SUNY Cobleskill Friday, May 17 at 7:30 p.m. Greenwood will give a special presentation about the … more

Grand Gobbler

Joe Dibble of Bovina harvested this 28 pound turkey May 26. The bird had a 10-inch beard and 1 1/8 inch spurs. more

FUDR and DEP host aqueduct shutdown info session May 21

HANCOCK - Learn about potential impacts to the Upper Delaware River by the Oct. 1 temporary shutdown of the Delaware Aqueduct on May 21 from 10 a.m. to noon, at FUDR, 158 E. Front Street, Hancock (or … more

It was THIS big...

Connor Noonan, Bovina, reeled in this 27 inch, 10 pound trout while fishing with his dad on the Pepacton Reservoir April 27. more

Hiking on Bear Spring Mountain

A hiker signs in at a trailhead on Bear Spring Mountain last weekend. For safety purposes, always alert someone where you will be hiking and register at a trailhead, with expected route and number of … more

Fish weren’t biting...

The fish weren’t biting at Walton’s Middle Pond on Bear Spring Mountain last week, Emelia McGraw, age 6, of Walton, discovered. However, there were plenty of salamanders and butterflies … more

Get Out the Map

The adventures are great in New York state! Spring is here, and it’s time to find your adventure. Now that the days are longer and warmer, why not try something new? Hiking, biking, horseback … more

New York is bloomin’ gorgeous!

Spring is here, and what better way to watch it roll in than by following the flowers? Check out the New York Blooms Report at iloveny.com/things-to-do/nature/blooms to see where the cherry blossoms, … more

Spring brings mud season, unpredictable weather, and high waters

In early spring, mud season presents unique challenges for outdoor recreation. Weather is often volatile: rain, sleet, freezing rain, snow, and even thunderstorms can occur, sometimes on the same … more

Veterans, Gold Star families get free access to parks, campgrounds

New York veterans and Gold Star families have free access to New York state parks, campgrounds, day use areas, historic sites and recreation areas through the expansion of the Lifetime Liberty Pass … more
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