Waiting for Eagles

Our eagle visitors have not yet arrived in the Lower Hudson.  The water has not quite frozen up near Albany.  But the birds will be here soon if the cold temperatures persist.  While I wait, my Croton feathered friends continue to entertain.

Male red-tailed hawk
Male red-tailed hawk
Female red-tailed hawk
Female red-tailed hawk
Croton red-tailed pair checking the landfill
Croton red-tailed pair checking the landfill
Junco showing its tonsils
Junco showing its tonsils
Croton Point Nature Center resident Blue jay giving 'The Look'
Croton Point Nature Center resident Blue jay giving ‘The Look’
Titmouse at Marshlands Conservancy
Titmouse at Marshlands Conservancy

Published by Bonnie Coe

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

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