The Shady Lady of Jersey City (band 79/AN) must have put on sunscreen. She was apparently in the shade at 10 Exchange Place when she suddenly appeared. She then beat it around the building, went next to the Hudson River, and back to 101 Hudson. She sat in the sun for a good two hoursContinue reading “Jersey City Falcon Ivy, The Shady Lady”
Most of these pictures are archival. That means they just show that the almost fledglings are doing OK so far. Most of my time has been spent in Jersey City, but I was able to make a stop at Tompkins Square Park for the red-tails and Riverside Church.
The Riverside Church peregrines are out. The baby birds are learning to fly and eat. Croton Point Park has new maintenance workers.
Got the new Tamron 150-600 Nikon mount. Thank you Bergen County Camera. I think I like the lens. I can handhold and take photos at 600mm. Works great with the Nikon D4.
I could have just put the camera out on my tripod all day, sat in one place and taken pictures of what was in the yard.
The Croton Train Station osprey got a bath. The red-tailed hawk also got a bath and apparently a small meal. And the Annsville eagle tried to get a meal.
The falcons hatched about two weeks later than usual this year. They were still on San Jose City Hall.