Rich Redmond

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In the Black! | Conservation Conversations

It was a gentle incline, not all that noticeable, but my shins were telling me a different story.

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Gobbler gospel and cutting hair | Conservation Conversations

I’m always yelping about buying local if possible, so when I found out about Mountain Hollow Game Calls, I knew I had to meet these guys.

More road time | Conservation Conversations

Yes, this is another addition to the road trip series, presenting you with places to go and see, and things to do.

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Bug eyed for stream bugs | Conservation Conversations

Five of Trout Unlimited’s Lake Champlain Chapter members, myself included, donated our time to help pass down the magic of fly fishing and fly tying to a young generation of 4H students this past Saturday at the Cooperative Extension building in Westport NY.

Road tripping once again! | Conservation Conversations

If following the white lines of the freeway is your style, then check out the following programs!

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Conservation Woodshop | Conservation Conversations

I stopped in for fuel one day, to satisfy my thirsty 6 liter V-8 engine and got talking to a fellow at the local CITGO gas station in Port Henry.

Road Trip! | Conservation Conversations

Okay, its minus 10 degrees once again, your honey is giving you the stink eye and there’s frozen sand in your shoes, so what do you do?

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Is Cabin Fever Getting to you yet?

Conservation Conversations

The weather has been very interesting so far! Rain one day, then minus 20 degrees another, and ice, and lots of it, then back to rain and maybe even some snow one day, then back to pouring rain, and then back to freezing and more ice.

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What about the Birds? | Conservation Conversations

My last column dealt with feeding deer and it sparked some interest, in at least one reader.

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Winter feeding deer, do it right and legal! | Conservation Conversations

Hunting season is nearly over and Whitetail Deer populations have been reduced to DEC biologist’s standards, meeting habitat and carrying capacities in wildlife management units.

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