Saturday, December 16, 2017

Outdoors by Trix Niernberger

December 8, 2017 Leave a Comment 

​Our area’s pink night skies originate at the aquaponics operation in Berlin, NY, which is seen here.

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Outdoors With Trix Niernberger

December 1, 2017 Leave a Comment 

Snow flurried on Monday, November 20, resulting in a mostly white ground in the Petersburgh hills. No boots were required.

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Outdoors With Trix Niernberger

November 24, 2017 Leave a Comment 

November Red

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Outdoors with Trix Niernberger

November 16, 2017 Leave a Comment 

Recent winds damaged trees in our area, including this beech tree in the Petersburgh woods.

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Outdoors With Trix Niernberger

November 10, 2017 Leave a Comment 

Maple-leaved Viburnum (Viburnum acerifolium) is a native shrub in our local woods with maple-like leaves that also turn red in the fall. However, you won’t see these purple berries on a maple tree. Photo taken in the Petersburgh woods by Trix Niernberger.

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Outdoors With Trix Niernberger

October 20, 2017 Leave a Comment 

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Charity Golf Tournament To Benefit The Hoosick Falls Health Center Foundation On July 29

June 30, 2016 Leave a Comment 

The 18th Charity Golf Tournament to benefit the Hoosick Falls Health Center Foundation will be held on Friday, July 29 at the Hoosick Falls Country Club. A Four-Person best ball scramble, there will be two shotgun starts – the first at 7:30 am and the second at 12:30 pm.

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HFCC Announces 3rd Annual Junior Golf Program

June 30, 2016 Leave a Comment 

Hoosick Falls Country Club is pleased to announce the offering of a 5-week junior golf program.  The program will begin Thursday July 7 and run through Thursday August 7.  Players, ages 10 to 17 are eligible. 

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Rensselaer Land Trust Outings

June 30, 2016 Leave a Comment 

Bog Exploration at Mud Lake Preserve–Saturday, July 9 at 10 am. The Rensselaer Land Trust’s Mud Lake Preserve in Sand Lake contains a classic kettlehole bog with a floating bog mat, surrounded by a spruce-tamarack swamp.

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True or False?

June 23, 2016 Leave a Comment 

False Solomon’s Seal (Smilacina racemosa) shown in this photo, and Solomon’s Seal (Polygonatum biflorum) are native wildflowers blooming now in our area woods.

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