A rare and endangered Atlantic sturgeon washed up dead in Nyack yesterday. A chunk was missing from its tail. This was undoubtedly the result of a boat propeller or construction equipment at the
NYACK OFFICIALLY SAYS GOODBYE TO WINTER
Today’s spring equinox heralds the end of winter as daylight is now longer than night until the summer solstice. Not a terrible season coming in among the top ten warmest winters on record. That said, Mother Nature still managed to give a good last gasp with colder than average temperatures in February and a blizzard to remember in March.
All-in-All, not a bad winter, but I am extremely happy to see it go!!!
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