Made it to Croton train station and park at low tide. I also filled in at the Croton Nature Center for a few days. It was very relaxing to finally be able to concentrate on my bird photography after a break.
Egret with alewife (I think)
The black back gull challenged the heron for its fish.
The heron won.
Our loon is hanging around at the mouth of the Croton River.
I finally got a cormorant taking off.
Eastern kingbird with a meal
Goldfinch with its meal
Lonely female ruby throated hummingbird eating
Yellow warbler at the nature center
Osprey fishing off the Croton Point Park beach
The osprey are fledging. The ducklings are swimming. The black-crowned night heron parent is preening. The gulls are watching.
I can fly!
I can slide!
I can preen!
I can watch!
This is how you get all your ducks in a row.
Rochester falcon fledglings are very flexible.
Famous Rochester Times Square wings with adult falcon