Although legislation was passed in 2004 that banned the sale of small lead fishing tackle in New York, the Adirondack Center for Loon Conservation has continued to document Adirondack loons dying from lead poisoning after
In Ilion, New York, residents prepare for life without Remington factory that has been fabric of the town
Remington began here two centuries ago and generations of workers have turned out rifles and shotguns at the massive firearms factory in the middle of this blue-collar village in the heart of New York’s Mohawk
Jeremy Williams’ monster Tioga County 12-pointer taken on opening day of New York’s 2023 Southern Zone deer season has been officially scored.
New York State Big Buck Club measurer Gary Dennis scored the buck in
New York’s reservoir system dates back to the industrial age of the Nineteenth Century. This is a time when drinking water, navigation, the lumber industry, flood control and in some cases, hydro-power, were the driving
New York cuffs and collars are field reports from New York DEC Officers. These reports are from the Feb. 23, 2024, edition of Outdoor News.
A look at upcoming outdoors-related events from across New York published in the Feb. 23, 2024, edition of New York Outdoor News.
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation reminds Long Island turkey hunters of the 2024 spring turkey season in Suffolk County May 1-31.
This season marks the second year of the hunt on Long
When Schenk arrived at the harbor, he noted there was no one out there, but there was ice, and it looked solid enough for two hard-water fishermen not afraid of a little chill in the
New York Mixed Bag: Lake Champlain Management Cooperative to hold state of the lake fisheries meeting
The Lake Champlain Fish and Wildlife Management Cooperative – a working group of fisheries professionals from the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department, New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, and the United States Fish and