The weather remained spectacular for February along the Hudson River. I was fortunate to have caught a few eagles, mockingbird, flock of red winged blackbirds with the first female, and a cowbird with mates. Plus, my local red tail ambassador continued to pose for ‘his’ adoring public.
The Lower Hudson River is an incredible place to live. Project FeederWatch continues at Croton Point Nature Center and the eagles are still around. This year spring has come very early.
Our local eagles got the emails encouraging them to attend Teatown Lake Reservation’s Hudson River EagleFest. The day started with four eagles perched quite near the main tents. It continued with constant fly overs at the Croton Boat Ramp. It ended with our local resident eagles flying over the live raptor demonstrations at the endContinue reading “Hudson River EagleFest”