Glen Falls generously rewards those who make the trek to her three cascades.
Article : Photographer: Ed Boos, Photographer
The kaleidoscopic shapes and colors of Dahlias are on display in all their glory at the Foster Memorial Dahlia Garden, the scintillating treasure chest in the heart of the Village Green.
This large songbird is similar to the Wood Thrush with a longer tail and lower streaks instead of spots. It is usually seen in the underbrush foraging on the ground […]
New World warblers comprise more than 50 species of perching birds, migrants that winter in Central and South America and whose summer nesting grounds include the Highlands Plateau. These small […]
Drawn to both seed and suit feeders, this acrobatic climber is often seen upside down on limbs and tree trunks. Their insistent nasal “yammering” makes their sleek black, gray and […]
(Lophodytes cucullatus) This distinctive winter resident can be found on wooded ponds where it feeds on fish, crustaceans and insects. The hammerhead crest is mostly white in males and brown […]
This is a small, stocky, short-necked heron with bright yellow legs. It is solitary and stealthy and can be seen along wooded streams and ponds where it hunts small fish […]
This large venerable bird is widespread and common in North America, a large passerine or songbird, second only in size to the equally venerable Common Raven. Crows like what people […]
This local summer resident is a tree-top dweller that feeds on insects and larvae in mature deciduous forests. Its song is a rapid series of notes similar to the American […]
This large songbird is common on the plateau in the summer and can be seen using its long bill to toss leaves while feeding undercover on insects. It is rufous […]