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About the Park
About the Agency
Access to Records
"Anothura troglodytes [Troglodytes troglodytes - Winter Wren]-No.
585, August 11, 1875. Rather common in the dense woods, but rarely
seen ... it is often heard; however, for it possesses a gushing,
ringing song, wonderfully loud for so small a creature; excepting
the thrushes it is the sweetest songster in the Adirondac woods
-- Teddy Roosevelt, age 16, from his pamphlet The Summer
Birds of the Adirondacks in Franklin County, N.Y.
APA Research, Science and Planning Policy
With its mix of public and private lands, the Adirondack Park provides
a rich landscape for the research of natural and cultural resources.
its more than a quarter-century of operation, the Adirondack Park
Agency (APA) has built scientific, geographic, and planning databases
to be able to serve the public more effectively and efficiently,
to aid the decision-making process for other State agencies, local
governments, organizations and landowners in the Park, and to encourage
more research involvement within the Park by universities.
EPA Wetland & Watershed Reports
August 2011 Area Statistics by county
for the park from the Adirondack Park Land Use and Development Plan
and State Land Map
Adirondack Park Land Use and
Development Plan Map and State Land Map - this interactive map also includes park wetlands and designated river system areas.
About the Park including:
About APA’s Resource Analysis
and Scientific Services Unit
APA Document Library includes:
Guide (pdf 370kb)
Park Agency Act (pdf 294kb)
and Regulations (pdf 3.2MB)
Park State Land Master Plan (pdf 440kb)
Park Agency's Strategic Planning (pdf 177kb)
Analysis Plan (pdf 457kb)
Charts of Forest Pests of the
Slideshow Database of Charismatic
Megawetlands in the Adirondack Park
Become a Citizen Scientist Volunteer
Would you like to become a Citizen Scientist volunteer and Help Monitor the Effects of Climate Change on Adirondack Wetlands?
Visit the SUNY ESF Interpretive Center's Website to find out more.
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Preliminary List of Species Native Within the Adirondack Park
listed alphabetically by Common
Name (pdf 430kb)
listed alphabetically by Scientific Name (pdf 392kb)
Inter-Agency Work Plan for
Management of Terrestrial Invasive Plant Species on State Land in
the Adirondack Park (StateLandInvasivesPlan.pdf 431kb)
Learn more about GIS at the APA
Visit the Adirondack Park
Invasives Plant Program website.
Adirondack Research Consortium research