August 03, 1981 | Franz Lidz
The blackfly is a wonderfully misanthropic insect that keeps the Adirondacks from being infested with tourists during June and, to a lesser degree, August. Among those who don't like the little gnats—Simulium...
September 17, 1979 | Tim Smith
In 1854 an Adirondack Mountains guide named Tucker wrote to a patron, "It's an interestin' study to look into things as they were so long back and see what wild animals, birds, fishes, and such things then existed;...
July 18, 1955 | George Tichenor
January 28, 1980 | Robert H. Boyle
September 21, 1981 | Robert H. Boyle