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Here’s an interesting blog and background information on the status of Hemlock and Canadice Lakes:

http://loveyourdestiny.blogspot.com/2007/12/new-york-state-plans-to-buy-hemlock-and.html

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The Finger Lakes Running Club shoe recycling program transforms donated running shoes into running tracks.

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Edible Finger Lakes MagazineComing this April will be a new quarterly magazine called Edible Finger Lakes, that will celebrate the abundance of local foods. Learn how to shop locally and eat healthy.

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snowy owl Here’s  a fun article from “Life in the Finger Lakes” magazine about our local owls.

Now, if you’re not familiar with “Life in the Finger Lakes” magazine, you should be. It’s fun and informative reading for anyone who lives in or visits the covercurrentissue.jpgFinger Lakes Region. Think about giving someone you love a gift subscription for Christmas. Of course, I’m rather biased. The current issue has a review of our two latest books: “Take A Hike – Family Walks in New York’s Finger Lakes Region” and “Take Your Bike – Family Rides in New York’s Finger Lakes Region.” These also make great Christmas gifts and can be ordered at http://www.footprintpress.com. If you or someone on your gift list likes owls, cardinals, or birding in general, perhaps they need a copy of “Birding in Central and Western New York – Best Trails and Water Routes for Finding Birds.

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If these photos by Joe Braun don’t inspire you to go outside in the Finger Lakes region to play, nothing will. These are truly gorgeous. Be on the lookout for adventure jeep.

Pick up a copy of 200 Waterfalls in Central and Western New York – A Finder’s Guide and you can go see these waterfalls in person.

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bird houseYou must see these bird sanctuaries, lovingly hancrafted by Randy Pawley in the small village of Honeoye, NY, located in the Finger Lakes region. His workshop overlooks a running creek, fields, and woods adorned with deer and scores of other wild life – all providing inspiration for his craft..

Bird Haven homes and feeders are crafted using one to three hundred year-old barn wood. Each house/feeder has its own unique design, giving each its own individual personality and character. These bird sanctuaries are created from the heart, and are made available in order to further the beauty of nature and her environment.

Anyone on your holiday gift list need some inspiration from nature?

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Fall in the Finger Lakes just inspires us to get outside – and take photos. Here are some favorites from the Ithaca area.

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