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Indian Kill Nature Preserve Professional Review and Guide
"A rushing stream, two waterfalls, a quiet wetland, dry uplands and higher bluffs—this little preserve packs a whole lot of nature into a scant hundred acres. You will recognize the native hardwoods that thrive in this area on the edge of the north country: The ubiquitous maple trees are joined by hickory, cherry, and oak, while the understory supplies excellent habitat for a healthy eleven fern species."
--Randi Minetor, Best Easy Day Hikes: Albany (Falcon Guides).
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