I live in Mechanicville and I drive back roads and farm roads to get to work. Each morning, before dawn I see at least four or five deer in the fields as I pass through. Some of them are closer to the road than others. But I wanted to tell these beautiful animals that my lights are not enticing and not to jump out at my car.
It was quite an eventful afternoon at my apartment complex yesterday. Many people were out and about because of the nice weather but there was another reason we were all outside trying to catch a glimpse. The word spread quickly that there was a masked intruder roaming around near our apartment.
Some days most of us would would appreciate a simple text back from a friend wondering what's up for the weekend. Maybe we just need more friends like the coyote in this viral video that shows him excitedly waiting to for his adventure buddy; an unlikely waddling wobbly badger.
According to the Times Union, A bear cub was euthanized recently in order to be tested for rabies after it scratched a woman trying to rescue it from the Great Sacandaga Lake on Septemeber 9th. I'm sure the woman not only had great intentions, but was doing what a lot of people in that same situation would do. Yes, the bear cub may have drowned and died. Yes, it would break anyone's heart to wi