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 »
You don't have to be crazy to believe in the existence of Little People. They exist. We call them penguins. Join me in reminiscing about wild penguins I have known. 2015-02-27 06:55 more »
Feb 27, 2015 6:46 AM Outdoors
George Davis, an Essex, NY resident, writer, blogger, storyteller, and self proclaimed 'unabashed flâneur', recently featured our 'All Things Natural' podcast on the curated community blog Essex On Lake Champlain. more »
Feb 25, 2015 4:15 PM Outdoors
For 45 years Adirondack Life has chronicled the Adirondacks natural beauty, history and culture. In this special edition the magazine celebrates some of the very best photographers in the Adirondacks with a special photography issue. more »
Feb 20, 2015 3:47 PM Outdoors
If you have the privilege of getting close to a mink, it'll stink. But don't let the smell scare you off. These fierce, wide-ranging members of the weasel tribe offer fine entertainment to those who watch them. more »
Feb 19, 2015 3:04 PM Outdoors
If the history of medical science can teach us one thing, it's this. Don't underestimate dirt. From ordinary backyard soil and composted compost have some of the world's most useful wonder-drugs. more »
Feb 12, 2015 11:19 AM Outdoors
We may be all cut from the same cloth, yet every one of us is one of a kind. The same holds for wild animals. In a given family of wild owls, robins, or raccoons, no two individuals share the same personality. Vive le difference! more »
Feb 6, 2015 12:38 PM Outdoors
Men are often drawn to women by their eyes. So it was with me as I was getting to know my wife, Debbie. In this case, there was more to it than just the color and depth I found in her luminous blue orbs. It also was what they saw. more »
Jan 30, 2015 9:48 AM Outdoors
On a cold winter day, I go out, then come in. Between the start and finish lie ninety brisk minutes of exercise and illumination. Join me! more »
Jan 23, 2015 3:47 PM Outdoors
Meet Corinne Parnapy, a real live phycologist. She studies that slimy stuff, green or brown or red, that we call algae. Is it interesting? Listen and judge for yourself. more »
Jan 16, 2015 10:29 AM Outdoors
Bacteria do it. Viruses do it. Even pesky little fungi do it. Make plants and people sick, that is. Listen to how it goes for plants. more »
Jan 9, 2015 11:56 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!