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Welcome to the Western New York Waterfall Survey.
Online since February 27, 1998.

    My name is Scott A. Ensminger and in 1991 I initiated the Western New York Waterfall Survey. Its purpose is to catalog all of the falls in the western half of New York State.

As of September 04, 2012 the total of known waterfalls was 1,098.

This site was last revised on: September 01, 2014.
Copyright 2014 by Scott A. Ensminger.   All rights reserved.


     Waterfalls of New York State by Scott A. Ensminger, David J. Schryver and Edward M. Smathers. The book is a celebration of more than 100 of the Empire State's most beautiful and interesting waterfalls.

Click on the cover photo to the right for more information.



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What's New

Monthly Photo

HELP  IMPROVE  NIAGARA  FALLS

Map Of The Survey Area

Waterfall Videos

Additional Info On Niagara Falls

Waterfall Photos

Contributors
To The Survey

How To Determine
The Height Of A Falls

New York Waterfalls
You Can Visit

Letchworth State Park
Information

The 50 Highest Waterfalls
In The Survey Area

Books By Falzguy

Sensations

Niagara Peninsula Falls (Canada)

Falls With Natural Bridge

Eternal Flame Falls

A Glossary of Waterfall Terms

Info On
Scott A. Ensminger

Links To Other
Waterfall Pages

Negative Ions & MAE

Waterfall Books

The Falls

Other Stuff By SAE

Waterfalls of the
Niagara River Gorge

Waterfall Postcards

My Panoramio Photos
    My Flickr Photos



     Waterfalls of New York State by Scott A. Ensminger, David J. Schryver and Edward M. Smathers. The book is a celebration of more than 100 of the Empire State's most beautiful and interesting waterfalls.

Click on the cover photo to the left for more information.



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