I made the pilgrimage with a few close photo friends. When you make a four hour drive one way together, you know you are close friends. It is just before the time when hoards of eagles descend on their Mecca. The locals entertained us. Just be careful where you park your car if you go.
Went on Charlie Roberto’s Going South Bird Walk sponsored by Teatown Lake Reservation. Here is a list of what we saw (DRAFT): turkey vulture, osprey, sharp-shinned hawk, Cooper’s hawk, bald eagle, red-tailed hawk, ring-billed gull, belted kingfisher, red-bellied woodpecker, yellow-bellied sapsucker, northern flicker, American kestrel, peregrine falcon, blude jay, American crow, balck-capped chickadee, tufted titmouse,Continue reading “Croton Point Park Bird List”
Marshlands has a photography exhibit for October. Enjoy the pictures. The reception is October 14, 2012 at 2 pm. Scott, a Westchester County naturalist, moved to Marshlands several years ago from Croton Point Nature Center. He has done a great job keeping the nature center vibrant.
My friend, Cindy, and I finally did the Sunday morning bird walk with Birding Bob, or rather, Deb Allen because Bob is in Thailand. I have known Bob and Deb for a number of years because of my interest in the peregrine falcons at Water Street here in NYC. If you are close to ManhattanContinue reading “Central Park Birding”