Frank, Brian; Brisson, Paul; Dirkx, Laurie; Pavek, Fran; Verschoor, Karin; Yanzek, John; Baird, Jordan; Zwiebel, Mary Ann; Dehnam, Jason
December 2011
New York State Conservationist;Dec2011, Vol. 66 Issue 3, p30
Several letters to the editor are presented, including stories on where people find the conservationist in their travels, a saw-whet owl in the Owl Woods in Braddock Bay Park near Rochester, New York, and unusual stones found near Kirby Point on Lake Champlain.


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