Eagles Everywhere

They have arrived!  There are many, many eagle sightings along the Hudson River between Croton and Peekskill.  The eagles are now ice fishing.   Today we counted 15 eagles on the ice between Fleischmann’s Pier (China Pier) and Peekskill’s Riverfront Park.  Five eagles were perched and flying over the Croton Point Nature Center.  Two young eagles were in the trees near the Hwy 9/9A bridge over the Croton River.  A pair of eagles was in the white house tree in Verplanck.  They were all different eagles this time.

Eagle on the road to Croton Nature Center
Eagle on the road to Croton Nature Center
Fox sparrow on the exit road from Croton Point cabins
Fox sparrow on the exit road from Croton Point cabins
Tree sparrow on the exit road from Croton Point cabins
Tree sparrow on the exit road from Croton Point cabins
Tufted titmouse at Croton
Tufted titmouse at Croton
House finch and red breasted nuthatch at Croton Point Park
House finch and red breasted nuthatch at Croton Point Park

Published by Bonnie Coe

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

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