First grade students’ view of the eagles in Croton.
There have been at least 15 eagles hunting at the Croton Boat Ramp the last two days. The Croton River started moving again. Verplanck marinas sported another 15-20 fishing and perching relatively close. Thursday night’s eagle count from the dock in Verplanck came in at 15. Just at dusk an immature caught a fish and brought it to the ice south of Stony Point. 11 eagles hoped for a few bites.
Eagle with bands enjoying fishing in the Viking Marina in Verplanck.
Young eagle waiting for lunch on the Croton River.
Second eagle waiting for lunch downstream from the first one on the Croton River.
Eagle lunch for the crows. The young eagles were apparently nervous about eating their lunch.
Robin at George’s Island. I can’t wait for spring, either. There were berries in the bush below this tree. A large flock of robins was enjoying a meal.