Dinner celebrates 10th One Bug

HANCOCK, NY — Friends of the Upper Delaware River (FUDR) will host its 10th annual One Bug event on April 28 to 30. The angling tournament itself, which takes place on April 29 and 30, is already sold out, but tickets are still available to the Friday evening kickoff dinner, featuring both a silent and a live auction, from 6:30 to 11:30 p.m.

TRR photos by Sandy Long

This red-spotted newt got a hand across the road to safety on a recent drizzly evening. While it is best to handle the migrators as little as possible, it is still better than the alternative. 

Road Tolls

It’s a rainy warmish night in the Upper Delaware River region, and while most of us are dry and comfortable inside our homes, other species are out and about, risking their lives while scurrying across roads toward their breeding grounds.

TRR photos by Scott Rando
The downy woodpecker is the most common woodpecker seen in the region as well as heard. One of its courtship calls is a “whinny.” Most woodpeckers can be attracted by seed or suet feeders. This is a male; the females have no red at all on their head.

Drumbeats in the woods

When March arrives and there are any trees at all around, many species of birds get an early start on breeding by trying to court a mate by means of calls. Calling birds are very apparent on even a short walk outdoors. If you listen, you can make out the tapping of woodpeckers as well.

Scholarship to Audubon family camp

NORTHEAST PA — The Northeast Pennsylvania Audubon Society is offering a free scholarship for an adult and child to attend family camp on an island in Maine the week of August 13 to 18. The camp is designed for families with children ages eight to 13 years old (children must be in this age range at the time of camp).

TRR photos by Scott Rando
This pair of hooded mergansers were among the many waterfowl visitors saw last week in the river at Lackawaxen. The more brightly colored male is to the right.

Waterfowl Riverdance

The coming of spring brings to thought a diverse variety of events to different people. For some of us, the first thing to come to mind is the appearance of daffodils popping out of the ground. For others, the song of spring peepers calling in the early evening from wetlands and marshes.

Catskill Legends to be honored

LIVINGSTON MANOR — The Catskill Fly Fishing Center and Museum (CFFCM) will recognize three fly fishing individuals from the area as “Catskill Legends” during a ceremony at the annual Catskill Legends Dinner sponsored by Roscoe Beer on the opening day of trout season, Saturday, April 1.

Fishing season opens

LIVINGSTON MANOR, NY — Trout fishing season opens in New York State on Saturday, April 1. The Catskill Fly Fishing Center and Museum (CFFCM) will be hosting several openingday activities. This year’s theme is “Fly Fishing is for Everyone,” with an effort to welcome newcomers to the sport.



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