You could try but it depends on the enforcement level in your area. In my area 
enforcement of ATV law is minimal 

Birds rise above it all

> On May 3, 2020, at 16:11, Jonathan Perez <> wrote:
> Can you call 911 as it’s harassment and disorderly conduct?!
> Please excuse my brevity.  Sent from my iPhone
>> On May 3, 2020, at 3:46 PM, Gerald Smith <> wrote:
>> In the tug hill region while it is not legal to ride ROWs Enforcement is 
>> lacking Usually owners of land retain all other rights other than those they 
>> cede to the power company. If so they can prohibit trespass if they wish but 
>> few do.!Based on my experience most ATV and snowmobile operators feel it is 
>> their “right” to ride on what they perceive as public land. Even when wrong 
>> these tread heads tend to be very aggressive about their so called rights. 
>> They are much less circumspect about their responsibilities. I am not 
>> familiar with the situation there but good luck. Based on my experience ATV 
>> “enthusiasts “ don’t believe the rules are made for them Gerry Smith goshawk 
>> @gisco. net 
>> Birds rise above it all
>>>> On May 3, 2020, at 15:16, Deborah Allen <> wrote:
>>> Many what?
>>> -----Original Message-----
>>>> From: Dawn Hannay <>
>>>> Sent: May 3, 2020 10:45 AM
>>>> To:
>>>> Subject: [nysbirds-l] Sterling Forest
>>>> I’m birding today on the power line off Ironwood Road at Sterling Forest. 
>>>> Many. It’s already on territory, but I’m competing with some guys riding 
>>>> their ATVs up and down the right-of-way. Is this legal?
>>>> Dawn Hannay
>>>> Sent from my iPhone
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