Do we in the Adirondacks love snow and cold? Do we hate them? Hear dyed-in-the-wool locals speak their minds about our long, cold, crystalline season of white.more »
If there are bruins in the neighborhood, trouble may be brewin'. Listen and learn how to avoid it. more »
Dec 19, 2014 2:59 PM Outdoors
They rock and roll them. We're talking about those boulders we all see in the woods. Geologists call them "erratics." more »
Dec 12, 2014 11:34 AM Outdoors
The gelatin that goes into Jello and similar products comes from sanitized, pulverized, boiled animal hooves. Animal hooves are largely made of keratin. more »
Dec 5, 2014 8:59 AM Outdoors
It was all over in a thump, a hiss, and a flash of feathers. What was going on? Join me as I try to solve a life-and-death drama staged one morning at our bird feeder. more »
Nov 26, 2014 4:04 PM Outdoors
I've been singing that Rodgers and Hammerstein lyric on bright, cheery mornings ever since I performed the song on stage in the second grade. But I ask myself: what makes a beautiful morning beautiful? more »
Nov 21, 2014 3:26 PM Outdoors
Meet the two newest members of my household: Silky and Bandit, and pair of guinea pigs. more »
Nov 14, 2014 3:17 PM Outdoors
Fifty Beds, Two Lakes, And An Otter: Bartlett's Hotel In Its Heyday, 1854-1884 | CURIOUSLY ADIRONDACK
The late nineteenth century might be called the Golden Age of Adirondack Hotels. Among the humble and the grand, one establishment stands out above all the others for its character and for its characters more »
Nov 13, 2014 6:38 PM Outdoors
Meet the weather experts here in the Adirondacks who are guiding ships through some of the world’s most dangerous waters. more »
Nov 10, 2014 1:52 PM Outdoors
Hardy Adirondack Mountain folk chant 1-2-3-4 as we prepare to stay warm during cold, snowy winters that can last half the year or more. It's all about firewood: felling it, sawing it to length, hauling it out of the woods, splitting it more »
Nov 10, 2014 9:03 AM Outdoors
We measure babies by length, not height. The blue whale is the world's longest animal, or at least the longest one with a backbone. What's the longest tree? more »
Nov 7, 2014 10:35 AM Outdoors
Exploring The Adirondacks with Colton Clement
Follow Mountain Lake Moves ambassador Colton Clement around the Adirondacks and learn some things along the way!
Exploring the wild, weird, and wondrous Adirondack Mountains and the people who call them home.
- Catch Our Drift: Why Adirondackers Love Winter, Sort Of
- Fifty Beds, Two Lakes, And An Otter: Bartlett's Hotel In Its Heyday, 1854-1884
- Intervale Lowlands: Biologist Larry Master Re-Wilds 135 Acres Near Lake Placid
- What Does The Moose Say?
- Adirondack Exercise Club
- Dirt, Food, and Friends: Fledging Crow Farm Celebrates The Harvest
- Asleep Beneath The Sod: Saranac Lake's Historic Pine Ridge Cemetery
- Slimed! Adirondack Kids Love Amphibians!