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New York

Hunting Sites

Hunting is permitted when necessary to protect native plants and animals. Managing white-tailed deer population reduces damage and protects plant and animal diversity on our preserves.

The following preserves in New York are open to hunting.

  • Bear Swamp, Albany County: Deer hunting is conducted by special arrangement at this preserve during the New York hunting season.
  • Butler Sanctuary, Westchester County: Deer hunting (archery only) is conducted by special arrangement during the New York hunting season.
  • Lordsland Conservancy, Otsego County: Deer hunting is conducted by permit only during the New York hunting season.
  • Mount Holly Sanctuary, Westchester County: Deer hunting (archery only) is conducted by special arrangement during the New York hunting season.
  • Pawling Nature Reserve, Dutchess County: Deer hunting is conducted by special arrangement during the New York hunting season.
  • Sam's Point Preserve, Ulster County: Deer hunting is conducted by permit only during the New York hunting season.
  • Ward Farm, Washington County: Deer hunting is conducted by special arrangement during the New York hunting season.

For more information on hunting at any of the following preserves, please contact:

Troy Weldy
Director of Ecological Management
Eastern New York Chapter
195 New Karner Road
Albany, New York 12205
Ph: (518) 690-7841
E-mail: tweldy@tnc.org.

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