Outdoors

TRR photos by Scott Rando

Indian Summer pollinators

October is all but behind us, and the falling leaves tell of the upcoming colder weather on the way. However it is also the tail end of Indian Summer, when mild days bring out some late-season insect life and even some last-minute reptiles and amphibians. 

Contributed photo

Actions speak louder than words

In my last column, “On Water,” I wrote about the organizations that serve as water guardians and advocates. Environmental institutions may have a great mission statement or structure, but they still need grass-roots’ support and boots on the ground. It always comes down to individuals and “What can I do? How can I help?”

Autumn Star Watch

BETHEL, NY — Join the Delaware Highlands Conservancy and local astronomer John Kocijanski for a free Star Watch program on Friday, October 28 from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. at its Bethel office. Watch the stars and planets, observe deep sky objects, and learn how to locate the constellations.

Photo by Mark Loete

Photos of fishing flies at CFFCM

LIVINGSTON MANOR, NY — “Catskill Fly Tying, the Art of Artifice,” an exhibit of the work of photographer Mark Loete, will be shown in the Wulff Gallery of the Catskill Fly Fishing Center and Museum (CFFCM) from October 17 to November 30. There will be a reception on Saturday, October 22 from 4 to 6 p.m. 

TRR photos by Scott Rando

Opportunistic wildlife viewing

How many times have you gone on a bird walk and happened across an otter, bear, or other animal that was not on the day’s agenda of expected wildlife to see. You might be in a bird blind and all of a sudden, a bobcat walks across a game trail in front of the blind (and too close to focus with your long birding lens).

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