Management plan and final environmental impact statement for the Albany Pine Bush Preserve
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Management plan and final environmental impact statement for the Albany Pine Bush Preserve by New York (State). Albany Pine Bush Preserve Commission.

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Published by Albany Pine Bush Preserve Commission, NYS Dept. of Environmental Conservation, Region 4 in Schenectady, N.Y .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Land use -- New York (State) -- Albany County.,
  • Albany Pine Bush Preserve (N.Y.)

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Edition Notes

Statementpreparer, Environmental Design & Research, P.C.
ContributionsEnvironmental Design & Research, P.C.
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 152, [47] p. :
Number of Pages152
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22265876M

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The Albany Pine Bush, referred to locally as the Pine Bush, is one of the largest of the 20 inland pine barrens in the world. It is centrally located in New York's Capital District within Albany and Schenectady counties, between the cities of Albany and Schenectady. The Albany Pine Bush was formed thousands of years ago, following the drainage of Glacial Lake on: Albany, Capital District, New York, . The Albany Pine Bush Preserve Commission Requests written public comments on Management Plan {Author} Members of the public are invited to provide written comments towards the process of reviewing and/or amending the Management Plan and Final Environmental Impact Statement for the Albany Pine Bush Preserve. Albany Pine Bush Commission. Management plan and environmental impact statement for the Albany Pine Bush Preserve. Albany, NY. Andrle, R.F. and J.R. Carroll (eds.) The Atlas of Breeding Birds in New York State. A project of the .   Fire-maintained pine barrens once covered more t hectares in the Albany region on sand deposits associated with glacial Lake Albany. Today, urbanization and fire suppression have reduced the area to less than 1, hectares of pine barrens, which are dissected by highways and residential and commercial development. Much of this remnant is .

Albany, NY- Twenty-five years after being federally listed as endangered, the Albany Pine Bush population of the Karner blue butterfly, an icon of the Capital District’s inland pine barrens, has exceeded recovery goals for the local population, the Albany Pine Bush Preserve Commission (Commission) announced today. Bringing the butterfly one step closer to recovery in New . The 3,+ - acre Albany Pine Bush Preserve (APBP), located in New York’s Capital District, protects one of the best remaining inland pitch-pine scrub oak barrens in the world. This extraordinary fire-dependent ecosystem provides habitat for many plants and animals and supports 76 New York State-designated wildlife Species of Greatest Conservation Need, Location: New Karner Rd, Albany, My visit to the Albany Pine Bush Preserve started at the Visitor Center soon after its AM opening. A plaque near the entrance shows that the Albany Pine Bush Preserve was declared a National Natural Landmark in by the U.S. Department of the Interior’s National Park /5(88). Proposed resource management plan and final environmental impact statement for public lands administered by the Bureau of Land Management Rawlins Field Office, Rawlins, Wyoming / Title Variants: Alternative: Proposed resource management plan and final environmental impact statement for the Rawlins Field Office.

The Albany Pine Bush Preserve (APBP) is a 2, acre Nature Conservancy preserve located in downtown Albany, NY (Figure 1). The preserve is managed by the APBP Commission under the guidance of the Nature Conservancy. The APBP ecosystem is known as a pine barrens and it sustains a variety of rare and endangered species such asAuthor: Victoria E. Gray, Chad Dawson. “Management activities on the Preserve include using cutting and fire to restore a functioning scrub oak and pitch pine ecosystem," says Conservation Director Neil Gifford. "Since , we’ve conducted cutting and burning on around 1, acres, creating much-needed young forest. Pine Lake Primitive Area Cedar River Final Environmental Impact Statement NYS DEC, REGION 5, DIVISION OF LANDS AND FORESTS Golf Course Road, Warrensburg, NY @ This page intentionally left blank. Primitive Area and the Final Unit Management Plan Amendments to the Blue Mountain. Caumsett State Historic Park Preserve is a state park on Lloyd Neck, a peninsula extending into the Long Island Sound, in the Village of Lloyd Harbor, New York. It is operated by the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation.. The 1,acre ( km 2) park covers the former Marshall Field III estate that was developed in the s, and was listed on Location: 25 Lloyd Harbor Road, Lloyd Harbor, New .