APA Science and Research
About the APA’s Resource Analysis and Scientific Services Unit
The Adirondack Park provides a rich landscape for the research of natural and cultural resources. Throughout 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.
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...
- Landscaping and Gardening with Native Species
- Forest Resources
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Learn more about Invasive Species.
Adirondack Park Trends Analysis Plan -- (pdf 457kb)
"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.