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Ed Kanze

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Author, naturalist, photographer, columnist, and Adirondack guide Edward Kanze is a 1978 graduate of Middlebury College, Vermont. He earned a B.A. in Geography and won the Bermas Prize for highest departmental honors.


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LISTEN: A Moose On The Loose

The day was nearly done. My wife was home from her job as Activities Director at an Adirondack retirement community and the kids were fed and homeworked. All that remained was time for a little fun before bedtime. more »

Aug 28, 2015 12:18 PM , Outdoors

LISTEN: Over There - The Insects Of August

Yesterday, nearing midnight as the rest of the household slept, I sat spellbound in front of a computer sifting through photographs of World War 1 soldiers of the US Army's 105th infantry when my thinking shifted to insects. ​ more »

Aug 14, 2015 10:34 AM , Outdoors

Curiously Adirondack Producers Discuss Season 2 of Popular Digital Series

Curiously Adirondack: On a special 4th of July edition of Mountain Lake Journal we explore the history and natural wonders of the Adirondacks. more »

Jun 26, 2015 4:22 PM Local Stories

LISTEN: A Career That Began With A Bang

When a cherry bomb exploded over Lang Elliott's head, he had no idea it would help to launch him on a career in sound. Elliott doesn't record pop singers or rock bands. His vocalists and instrumentalists are birds, frogs, and insects. more »

Jun 26, 2015 8:42 AM , Outdoors

Listen: Sharks, Sharks, And More Sharks

There are big sharks and little sharks, dangerous sharks and sharks called gummies that will never harm you. Join me for a look at a new shark field guide that surveys the world's more than 501 species of shark. more »

Jun 17, 2015 9:12 AM , Outdoors

LISTEN: Say G'day to Songbirds

Human music may well have been inspired by the music of birds. But where did birds get the idea? Recent research findings suggest that songbirds, also known as perching birds or passerines, trace their ancestry to the land of kangaroos. more »

May 29, 2015 1:56 PM , Outdoors

LISTEN: A Moose On The Loose

The day was nearly done. My wife was home from her job as Activities Director at an Adirondack retirement community and the kids were fed and homeworked. All that remained was time for a little fun before bedtime. more »

Aug 28, 2015 12:18 PM , Outdoors

LISTEN: Over There - The Insects Of August

Yesterday, nearing midnight as the rest of the household slept, I sat spellbound in front of a computer sifting through photographs of World War 1 soldiers of the US Army's 105th infantry when my thinking shifted to insects. ​ more »

Aug 14, 2015 10:34 AM , Outdoors

LISTEN: A Career That Began With A Bang

When a cherry bomb exploded over Lang Elliott's head, he had no idea it would help to launch him on a career in sound. Elliott doesn't record pop singers or rock bands. His vocalists and instrumentalists are birds, frogs, and insects. more »

Jun 26, 2015 8:42 AM , Outdoors

Listen: Sharks, Sharks, And More Sharks

There are big sharks and little sharks, dangerous sharks and sharks called gummies that will never harm you. Join me for a look at a new shark field guide that surveys the world's more than 501 species of shark. more »

Jun 17, 2015 9:12 AM , Outdoors

LISTEN: Say G'day to Songbirds

Human music may well have been inspired by the music of birds. But where did birds get the idea? Recent research findings suggest that songbirds, also known as perching birds or passerines, trace their ancestry to the land of kangaroos. more »

May 29, 2015 1:56 PM , Outdoors