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Articles from New York State Conservationist (June 1, 2005)

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Title Author Type Words
A sampler of butterflies & moths in New York state. Stegemann, Eileen; McCabe, Tim 1964
All-in-one family fun: camping at North-South Lake. Brooks, Lisbeth; Jensen, Lisa 1456
Bass & musky: fishing the grass river. Curatolo, Matthew 1228
Cactus amongus. Gelardi, Ron 745
Chronic wasting disease in NY. Brief Article 101
Cycling the Erie Canal. Rashak, John Book Review 442
Goby roundup: the round goby is a bottom-dwelling fish native to the Caspian and Black Seas. It was carried to the great lakes in the ballast water of translantic ships. Springer, Craig 1283
Have you seen a mute swan? Public Notice 234
If you care ... you'll leave them there. O'Toole, Tom; O'Toole, Joanne Cover Story 740
Mysterious markings. Klinger, Marlin; Schmitt, Claire Letter to the Editor 211
On patrol: real stories from officers in the field. Lucas, Bob 583
Osprey nest. Tolar, Raymond; Mapes, Alan Letter to the Editor 158
She "spotted" a turtle. Arnold, Loraine; Breisch, Al Letter to the Editor 170
Since Earth Day. Kadlecek, Mary 468
Snake eats fish. Mercier, Mike; Breisch, Al Letter to the Editor 163
Sweet summers past. Laks, Reba Wynn Column 672
The Black River: tumbling out of the Adirondack foothills, meandering through a peaceful rural valley, and then thundering through a deep gorge, the Black River is recreational jewel with a unique diversity of character. Zembiec, Dave 934
Young wild critter Q & A. 589

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