The Spruce Moose; A Publication of the SUNY ESF Adirondack Ecological Center
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Distant learning technology is coming to the Huntington Wildlife Forest to help in learning, teaching and ongoing research. This will make communication more available and also assist in the collection of data in the expansive Adirondack area. Dr. William Porter comments on this topic by stating, “through the wonders of telecommunication technology, we are about to inject the Adirondacks into science classes throughout New York and beyond.” Take a look into the winter research plan of white tailed deer. This research plan consists of gathering information such as spacing and matrilineal groups of the deer. Finally, read about the 3 new expansions projects that will be ongoing at the HWF. These projects consist of additions to the Rich lake area, expansion of the Rich Lake Dining center and finally renovations at the Arbutus Lake area.
The Spruce Moose Winter/Fall 2004