I find these sites to be very informative. Plants Database logo

The PLANTS Database provides standardized information about the vascular plants, mosses, liverworts, hornworts, and lichens of the U.S. and its territories.  Information includes:  classification, culturally significant species, fact sheets, invasive species, and threatened & endangered species.

NY Flora Atlas logo

The New York Flora Atlas is a source of information for the distribution of plants within the state, as well as information on plant habitats, associated ecological communities, and taxonomy.

Also, the New York Flora Association has a Twitter site where it posts frequent information.

In addition, the New York Flora Association has a science website where it frequently posts a wide variety of interesting information, including links to science journals.

Lastly, the New York Flora Association Blog is a source of additional information reporting on the flora of New York.

IPANE logo

The IPANE project has a list of species considered to be invasive in New England.  Detailed information about these “IPANE species” can be found in the Catalog of Species, and the list can be viewed under Current Species List.

Saratoga County Map Viewer

The Saratoga County Map Viewer offers a highly interactive means for you, the viewer, to create a map of a particular parcel of land or area within the county and overlay a multitude of information to create a customized map of some portion of Saratoga County.

Several helpful video tutorials are available on how to use this great FREE geographic information system.

The Cornell Ornithology Lab provides photographs, songs, videos, identification tips, maps and life history information for birds observed in New York.

Waterfowl ID Gallery logo

The Waterfowl ID Gallery provides photographs and calls for many North American waterfowl.


The Audubon Native Plants Database will provide you with a list of native trees, shrubs and forbs for your location and indicate what families of birds use those particular plants.

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  1. Hi -Ran across your blog when working on my own and googled Ann Lee Pond. I’m so impressed with all you’ve put together here. Oh my, what a lot of time and work, especially with the wild flower guide. I admire your talent and hard work. – Gail

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