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"Give a man/woman or child a fish
or meat and feed them for a day.
Teach them how to fish or hunt and
feed them for a lifetime.
[And they'll never forget you]" -
 Frank Carbone Jr.




Trail Camera Gallery
updated 1/22/11

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(more pics and reports at the f.b. link)


see more photos in the trailcam gallery


My Past Columns

Recent Column/Essay/Op Ed

    Jeanette's Firing Line

Great Memories In My Pictures

* James Waugh's Gravesite
* Unc's 13 Pointer
 * The Gray Goose -- North Hudson, NY

* Nickie's Black Powder Buck and
2009 archery buck (new)
updated 11/9/09


Wildlife Photo Gallery


Outdoor Liaisons in Pictures


Memorable Outdoor Scenes et al Pictures


Family Photo Gallery


Important Folks Along the Way


Important Press Releases
Updated 12/9/09

Media Advisory:
State Crack Down On Deer Poaching

NYS AG Press Conference
11/12/09 - Newburgh Town Hall


Frank Reggero's Letter to the NRA
re the OC Executive Race


Important Events/Dates


Important Links


Stewart Airport & the Buffer Lands' Saga


Short Stories
- An Unidentified Egg


Important Essays

Op Ed Articles

Outdoor Products


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All rights reserved.
The material within this website may not
be published, rewritten, copied or redistributed without
my expressed, written approval.

Characters on my homepage

homemade natural front birdhouse

Admiral Butterfly (red or yellow?)

American Toad
(in my backyard - haven't seen one since)
'Dad' - with the camo hat
a Jack of all trades and a 'Johnny Appleseed.'
became a coal miner at the age of 16 to
support his brothers, sisters, mother and father
who was injured in a mining accident and couldn't work

'Uncle Paul' - looking at the camera
a Hero, B-17 tailgunner in WWII
and dyed in the wool (woolrich clothing man) outdoorsman,
hunter, fisher, naturalist and conservationist

[more on Dad, Unc and others inside]

James Wahl's gravesite on the Stewart Buffer Lands
aka Stewart State Forest.

Backyard insects  

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