Jamaica Bay

I can’t resist this place.  Please forgive my indulgence in honoring a very old monarch butterfly as she lays her last eggs.  Her quest took her from Angangueo, Mexico to New York City, a trip of more than 2,645 miles!!  Try doing that when you are old.

Monarch Butterfly at Jamaica Bay, New York
Monarch
A mother's love, just a bit early for Mother's Day
Goslings
And the Piece de Resistance, yellow crowned night heron at Big John's Pond
Yellow crowned night heron
Yup, there s/he is
Wren keeping house at the visitor's center
Gray catbird

Published by Bonnie Coe

I primarily photograph eagles and peregrine falcons. I do include many other birds and some mammals.

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