The abundance of lakes, rivers and streams reveal the environmental significance of the Adirondacks.
Beauty, calm and new life rising in the deep woods, lakes and streams of the Adirondacks.
A final few glimpses of the beautiful wild things…
Some of the most beautiful Adirondack wild things are also the smallest.
What does the forest tell us? We must ensure the health of the environment for the sake of all life on this small planet.
Freedom is ringing on this 4th of July…. will we answer the call?
Taking the time to reflect on nature’s peace and power as an antidote to human selfishness.
The wild things are always out there…. we just have to take the time to enjoy them! And take care of their habitat so they will be there for future generations!
Wildlife abound, a testament to the wisdom of preserving the forest as “forever wild.”
Loon chicks start swimming immediately, and loon parents share the duties of raising the kids to be smart and safe in the wild.