On Patrol

Didion, Ken; Liebelt, Chris
December 2007
New York State Conservationist;Dec2007, Vol. 62 Issue 3, p28
This section offers news briefs on environmental conservation issues in New York. Environmental Conservation Officers in Delaware County, New York received a tip about a deer that had been shot and stashed behind a barn in Hardenburgh. A report was received by Forest Ranger Dispatch in Ray Brook about a woman who had a knee injury during a fall on a trail below the summit of Algonquin Mountain. A missing girl was reported to Forest Ranger John Seiffs by the Little Sand Point Campground in Arietta.


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