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First Weeks of Nature up North Programming!

By David Pynchon on July 1, 2013
Amidst the hot and the wet, summer programming has begun with Nature Up North!  Our first week of programming was a blast of campfire songs, goose wrangling and Little River paddling.  We kicked off the summer with a dendrology canoe trip on the Little River.  After safety and techniques were covered, our group of paddlers, ranging from first timers to seasoned veterans, ventured out to enjoy the…
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Adventures With Geese

By David Pynchon on June 28, 2013
We are pleased to share a blog post from Maria Corse, one of the explorers that joined us on Wednesday for the annual goose drive at Wilson Hill! There will be a link to her blog at the bottom of this post, please check it out!   Billed as the Annual North Country Goose Round-up, today’s adventure with the Nature Up North Crew from SLU was filled with an abundance of fun, sweat, sunburn and just…
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Interns and Summer Fun!

By David Pynchon on June 14, 2013
Late spring in the North Country sees the welcome of new goslings, cubs, pups, kits, chicks and fawns and this year at Nature Up North, interns! For Summer 2013 two St. Lawrence students, Jack Holby and David Pynchon, will join the program and help kick off the first season of Nature Up North programming. Jack is from Upper Black Eddy, PA and is an outdoor recreation enthusiast. He is the vice…
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Welcome to Nature Up North!

By Erin Siracusa on April 10, 2013
Welcome to Nature Up North! As always this time of year puts me in mind of mud puddles and rubber boots and cool rainy evenings spent lying in the grass listening to the shrill chorus of spring peepers. It’s been a long time since I’ve jumped in mud puddles and much of the time I find my inner child warring with the adult I’ve become. When did I begin to lose touch with the natural world? When…
White-breasted Nuthatch Spring beauty
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