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This morning was the first morning I heard a robin’s song. Many months have passed since the robins last sang; it was a cloudy morning with a warm rain, the perfect time to go fishing. The … more
By the time this column goes to press, the few lingering lumps of crusty snow-ice in my yard will hopefully have seeped into the soggy earth. The transition from winter’s slow fade to … more
Pike County outdoors guide now available MILFORD, PA — The Pike County office of community planning has created the third edition of “Pike Outdoors, a Public Lands Guide for Sportsmen and … more
Over the past few weeks, you may have seen notices in social media and newspapers (including The River Reporter) regarding certain roads being closed down some nights in the Delaware Water Gap … more
Waning winter days HAWLEY, PA — This Cedar Waxwing, with a crab apple in its beak, was part of a small flock in downtown Hawley a week ago. The birds travel in flocks—some overwintering … more
In an effort to inspire people around the world to take action in support of the planet and the natural world, a grassroots movement known as Earth Hour was launched in 2007. The simple and symbolic … more
As fly fishers, we all have favorite rivers. Sometimes, one or more of those rivers plays a significant role in our lives, a role that isn’t evident in the first years. For me, that river was … more
CATSKILLS AND HUDSON VALLEY, NY — The New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has announced the release of its 2019 Watershed Recreation Newsletter. The newsletter, which can … more
Okay, so the groundhog may have lied, or, at least, led us slightly astray regarding the end of winter. It seems that March came in like a lion with some moderate, ice-laden storms followed by cold … more
Heritage vs. heirloom gardening GRAHAMSVILLE, NY — Horticulturist Diana K. Weiner will discuss the difference between heritage and heirloom gardening on Sunday, March 10 at 2 p.m. at the Time … more
Were you aware that Pennsylvania’s Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) has developed a plan addressing climate change in the commonwealth? The 74-page document published in … more
FERNDALE, NY — Sullivan Renaissance, a beautification and community development program, will host a volunteer open house on Wednesday, March 6 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. The open house will cover … more
BUSHKILL, PA — Join park rangers and volunteers on Saturday, March 9 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. for a maple sugaring demonstration at Millbrook Village in the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation … more
Watching wildlife in the winter is a little more of a challenge than it is during the rest of the year. For one, there is the weather. You have to drive or hike to where you want to view wildlife, so … more
REGION — The Delaware River Basin Restoration Program (DRBRP) received a $1 million boost in funding for the year, in an appropriations bill signed by Congress and the President February 15. … more
In the heart of winter, the landscape can seem especially dreary, brightened mainly by birds and the occasional white-tailed deer. But a glance around your backyard can clue you in to the antics of … more
SUFFERN, NY — One of the biggest fishing and outdoor expos in the northeast will take place February 28 through March 3 at the Rockland Community College. The Progressive insurance-sponsored … more
PIKE COUNTY, PA — The Pike County Agricultural Land Preservation (ALP) Board has extended the deadline for farmers to apply for funding that could permanently protect local agricultural lands. … more
PORT JERVIS, NY — Lance Verderame and John Haas of the Sullivan County Audubon Society will speak at The Hub at the Port Jervis Free Library on Tuesday, February 26 at 6:30 p.m. Their … more
Are you looking for an excuse to get outdoors—or maybe not with the sub-zero temperatures experienced recently? Good news: If you can look out your window from that nice warm kitchen or living … more
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