ROMULUS, N.Y. — When Earl Martin purchased a portion of the former Seneca Army Depot in 2016, he committed to protecting and preserving the white (leucistic) white-tailed deer and other wildlife and habitat in the former Depot, focused primarily on the areas zoned for conservation north of route 135 (approximately 3000 acres). Mr. Martin created an … More White Deer Protection/Habitat Management Continue Uninterrupted, Despite Tour Company Closure
We get questions about not seeing white deer along the fence anymore. In the past, some of the only mowed areas were along the fence, therefore deer would often be seen grazing/browsing along the fence looking for tender shoots of vegetation. With the extensive habitat management and improvement that has occurred, deer now have many … More Where did the deer along 96A go?
By MARY ESCH – Associated Press 7/4/17 ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — A rare herd of ghostly white deer kept mostly from public view for decades is no longer off-limits.The herd at a former World War II Army weapons depot in upstate New York will be available for public viewing through bus tours slated to begin … More Rare white deer herd open to public view beginning this fall
White Deer Tours planned for Fall 2017 Seneca Falls, NY July 3, 2017 – Deer Haven Park, LLC, has a grand vision for the future. It consists of several facets to be realized in stages, the first of which includes a full-scale, year-round program of bus tours. Deer Have Park LLC is pleased to announce … More Deer Haven Park teams up with Seneca White Deer to offer white deer tours.
More crops will be planted this month at former Seneca Army Depot Seneca Falls, NY April 19, 2017 – Deer Haven Park, LLC, future owner of approximately 7,000 acres of the former Seneca Army Depot, this week released 300 brook trout and brown trout into waterways throughout the Depot property. Earl Martin, owner of Deer … More Deer Haven Park Releases 300 Trout, Seeds 70 Acres
We take the allegations seriously. Seneca Falls, NY April 19, 2017 – We believe that Reeder Creek is a valuable natural resource. We are taking extreme care to not compound the existing situation and are going to look to the DEC for guidance on how to best deal with any potential water quality issues. We … More What about Reeder Creek?
By DAVID L. SHAW firstname.lastname@example.org Fingerlakes Times – fltimes.com Romulus, NY February 10, 2017 – Most of the 20 people speaking at a Thursday public hearing supported a short term Payment In Lieu Of Taxes (PILOT) agreement between the Seneca County Industrial Development Agency and prospective Seneca Army Depot owner Earl Martin. The IDA Board … More THUMBS UP FOR PILOT: Most in favor at IDA hearing on depot deal
By DAVID L. SHAW email@example.com Fingerlakes Times – fltimes.com Waterloo, NY February 7, 2017 – Dennis Money has thrown his support behind Earl Martin’s plan to acquire 7,000 acres of the former Seneca Army Depot in Romulus and Varick. In a statement issued Monday, the Seneca White Deer Inc. president also expressed his satisfaction with … More Seneca White Deer president voices support for depot plan
Deer Haven Park, Seneca Army Depot, Romulus, New York, NY, Seneca County, Seneca, White Deer, Seneca White Deer, Tours, Fingerlakes, Finger Lakes, David L. Shaw, Finger LakesTimes … More Martin: Depot lease best serves deer
Can the white deer survive if left on their own until ownership of the property changes hands? Romulus, NY, Friday, February 2, 2017 – The glorious white deer of Seneca County were once a thriving herd. In 1969 there were an estimated 220 white deer within the confines of the 24 mile long perimeter fence … More Is there a Future for Seneca’s White Deer?