Riverkeeper Blogs

Schodack Creek – two immature Bald Eagles on the east side railroad track (they’re called “immature” because they don’t have the white markings which begin to show at four years of age). This is the track for the high speed Amtrak trains. Eagle mortality from […] More
Record heavy rains fell on June 26, 27 and 28 during our June patrol to Troy causing massive erosion in the watersheds of several Hudson River tributaries. In one photo you see the brown flood blowing out into the Hudson at the Kingston Lighthouse on […] More
Photos by John Lipsomb Off Indian Point to retrieve an Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler for Lamont-Doherty. We deployed this unit on May 5th and it has been recording a 3-D image of current speed and direction since then. The area around Indian Point and Stony […] More
6/19/06 Off Indian Point with a film crew from the Australian Broadcast Corporation. Australian’s are debating whether or not to constuct their first nuclear power plants and Riverkeeper was asked to comment on the issues surrounding nuclear power and the danger of a possible terrorist […] More
Petroleum product escaping from bottom sediment at the mouth of the Croton River near a storm drain at the Metro North Croton Rail Yards. This site was brought to Riverkeeper’s attention by a member of the public. We have asked Metro North to investigate and […] More
We partnered with volunters from “Keep Rockland Beautiful” to clean up three small beaches between Nyack and Haverstraw which are reachable only on foot or by boat. We collected about 10 yards of trash – mostly plastic drink bottles, plastic dock foam and tires with […] More
All photos by John Lipscomb Deployin “Sub-Bottom” sonar. Phillip Musegaas addembling the ADCP en-route to deploy at Indian Point. Columbia Environmental Law class on the East River Illegal dredging at the Englewood Boat Basin by Palisades Interstate Park. BUSTED! Typical example of new private home […] More
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