Ships interest people for various reasons. There are those drawn to their technical features, or their economic role, or in the cargoes they carry . . .
The Peregrine Falcon has benefited the most, in certain regions, from the efforts of human hands . . .
All summer long, yellowjacket workers are busy with good deeds like pollinating flowers and killing deer flies, tent caterpillars, and beetle larvae to feed the colony. But once Queen Mum expires,
Recent milestones for lake sturgeon conservation in New York and Ontario waters have generated new excitement and support for sturgeon research, stocking efforts, and educational outreach . . .
Prior to restoration, invasive hybrid cattails overwhelmed the marshes between Sand Bay and Blind Bay.
Let’s take a short look back in time and work our way to the present, just to gain some perspective. 10,000 years ago we began our transition from a nomadic way . . .
Several years ago, I noticed a blue color appearing on our Thousand Islands beaches and rocky shorelines that had not been there in the past.
TI Life News From the Editor by Susan W Smith – Marilyn Neulieb's short essay, "8 minutes, 20 seconds"; "Theodore Too" visits; Boat Show in Chippewa Bay, Tom French's "Wind Water Waves" wins award . . .
One of the most familiar warbler songs, as well as one of the easiest to learn, is the loud, ringing song of the Ovenbird. Well described as “Teacher, Teacher, Teacher,” in the north or “Teach, Teach, Teach,” . . .
If you missed last year’s gypsy moth performance, you have a better chance of catching it this season. Unfortunately.
The Yellow Warbler and the Common Yellowthroat are probably the most abundant members of their clan locally.
A few emails later, and I was stopped dead in my tracks, for Bill Straite has a very different story to tell – one I think you will appreciate.
Over 25 large garbage bags of plastic and trash,14 tires, plus numerous pieces of lawn furniture, old water pipes, and mounds of construction material have been pulled from the shoreline and river bottom.
Meet Megan and Raymond Bowdish, the owners of Never Tire Farm (Lisbon, NY). As the only wholesale greenhouse operator in St. Lawrence County,
The month of May is a spectacularly intense and interesting time in the bird world. Early breeders, such as Great Horned Owl, Bald Eagle, Common Raven, and Canada Goose have rapidly growing young. Yes, it's Spring!
This opening is the best opening ever. The end of 2020, a new year, vaccines, and a chance to see family and friends closer than a distance.
The last ten days of April and the first week of May can produce large passages of northbound hawks through our region.
Watercraft Inspection Stewards serve as a front-line defense against aquatic invasive species such as Hydrilla, Eurasian Water Milfoil, and Zebra Mussels. Aquatic invasive species that are transported by vessels . . .