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Dear new neighbors: I’m guessing that winter was rough for many of you, having made the (possibly rash) decision to relocate from fill-in-the-blank to the Upper Delaware River region within the … more
Did you just arrive? Has it been a while? Sit down and rest. Think of this as a beginning, an explanation of who we are, what world you have landed in. Welcome. We’re glad you’re … more
You have probably seen pictures on the internet of deer or other wildlife taken with remote cameras. Maybe you even have one of these so-called “trail cams” in your backyard. Whether you … more
With the Thanksgiving holiday taking place last week, many of us still have turkey on our mind. If we dined on turkey, it was probably the domestic-farm-raised turkeys bought from the store, though … more
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In recalling our days at a small Milanville farm, I’ve focused on the 1990s when glacial winters and mellow summers created a bracing climate we haven’t enjoyed in a decade. Selections … more
REGION — This is the time of year when young fawns can be spotted resting in tall grass or some slightly hidden spot, as well as other species of newborn wildlife. New York State Department of … more
TEXAS TOWNSHIP, PA —The Pennsylvania Game Commission is looking for information related to the deaths of three bald eagles that were discovered in the same general area of Wayne County. Each of … more
Winter is the time to see eagles in or around the region. Not only are there lots of migrant eagles from Canada wintering here, but the ice formation on area waterways from cold weather forces the … more
One of the attractions that is making White Mills a tourist destination, the Dorflinger Glassworker’s House on Charles Street, was restored in 2001 by Dr. Walter Barbe and is open on several … more
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UPPER DELAWARE REGION — The Delaware Highland Conservancy announces its second annual juried photo contest for the Upper Delaware River region, open to both amateur and professional … more
As an avid hunter, I appreciate seeing signs of life in the woods. Being a hunter means being a conservationist: not just harvesting, but also cultivating. more
REGION — A new study from Penn State shows that the ticks that cause most cases of Lyme disease, deer ticks or black-legged ticks, have become the most abundant type of tick in Pennsylvania. As … more
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