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Adirondack Chronicles 2012.3

- Moms take care of their chicks everywhere...
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Adirondack Chronicles 2012.2

- Herons, kingfishers and chipmunks galore!
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Adirondack Chronicles – They’re Back! 2012 Part 1

- Adirondack creatures and the delights of the wilderness.
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Adirondack Chronicles XXXVIII

- Paddling through the rough waters is worth it!
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Adirondack Chronicles XXXVII

- Remembering "Woodswoman" Anne LaBastille
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Adirondack Chronicles Return! XXXVI

- Adirondack solitude and nature's restorative powers!
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Adirondack Chronicles XXXV

- I was rumbling down from the mountains this morning when my Blackberry flashed with a message from Security Chief Doris Bey and the subject line “Earthquake” grabbed my attention. No damage on campus, thank goodness, from the mild tremors that…
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Adirondack Chronicles XXXIV

- bee on purple 2 (Large) Each year when I start out my vacation in the Adirondacks, I am still wearing my “city eyes” and “urban ears.”   I see all the deep greens and browns of the forest, but it’s a blur, and the lakes all…
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Adirondack Chronicles XXXII

- Some gulls prefer trolling on a sandy beach.  Other gulls prefer sunning on a log on an Adirondack lake: gulls (Large) On a hot afternoon on Follensby Clear Pond, the ducks were not about to move from their lounge chairs even for…
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Adirondack Chronicles XXXI

- green heron distant (Large) Developing good observational skills is essential for wildlife photography and general enjoyment of the back country.    Observing wildlife requires patience, the ability to recognize shapes and colors, and sometimes, a great deal of luck.   For example, when I first observed…
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Patricia A. McGuire, President, Trinity, 125 Michigan Ave. NE, Washington, DC 20017
Phone: 202.884.9050   Email: president@trinitydc.edu


Patricia A. McGuire, President, Trinity, 125 Michigan Ave. NE, Washington, DC 20017
Phone: 202.884.9050   Email: president@trinitydc.edu