First Time Kayaking the Basha Kill

Wurtsboro New York has a lot of hiking and walking trails. The area also has a giant 3,000+ acre wildlife management area called the Basha Kill. This area was purchased in the 70s and transformed to a marsh. It houses plenty of wildlife including owls, eagles, red-winged blackbirds, blue herons, and warblers. Over the years […]

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Panoramic Gallery of Basha Kill Wildlife Refuge in Wurtsboro on 4/21/20

We checked the weather and it said you have 2 hours before it downpours. The weather man is usually 99.999% wrong but we didn’t want to chance it. We went for a short hike by the Basha Kill Wildlife Refuge Center in Wurtsboro NY. We live in Wurtsboro for 7 years now but been here […]

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Cleaning Bashakill for Earth Day 2020

Red-Winged Blackbird

Did you know that Earth Day is on April 22nd? I do because it’s also my birthday. Every year we try to do something special like clean around the house, plant trees and pick up trash on the trails. This year due to Covid-19, a lot of volunteers are staying home and Earth Day cleanup […]

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