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Nature book reveals Adirondacks month by month

November 9, 2011
By JERRY MCGOVERN , Adirondack Center for Writing

A poet wrote that this is the season "where autumn wept when summer died." But Tom Kalinwoski, in his "Adirondack Nature Notes: An Adirondack Almanac Sequel," writes that November is when the cluster fly is "active on sunny and unseasonably warm days before winter sets in." He explains how and why cluster flies find their way into our Adirondack homes.

 
 
 

 

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