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What's Going On…. 7/1/2018

This Year's Loon Story!

Hi everyone: 
A year ago,  on June 28, we had a newly hatched loon chick on the lake. This year is very different. After building and abandoning two nests in the Channel this Spring, the Harvey’s Lake breeding loon pair are no longer nesting, and seem to have decided against renesting again.

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Eye On The Night Sky 8/14/2018

Daily Forecast: August 14, 2018

***FLASH FLOOD WATCH THROUGH THIS EVENING FROM GLENS FALLS AND SARATOGA INTO THE TACONICS AND CAPITAL DISTRICT OF NEW YORK*** Partly to mostly cloudy this afternoon. Scattered showers and thunderstorms, a rising chance in the south. Highs in the u...

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