Goodman, Helene; Snell, Laura; Hoffman, William; Smith, Tom; Matthews, Michael; Luczak, Aaron; Dirkx, Laurie; Wannenwetsch, Jack
February 2013
New York State Conservationist;Feb2013, Vol. 67 Issue 4, p30
Several letters to the editor are presented which include a photograph featuring bears and bucks in the backyard, an inquiry concerning a weasel, and a response to the article "Grand Canyon of the East" in the October 2012 issue.


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