Short Story: Saw a gold banded, MWR7, bald eagle catch a very big fish. The eagle went into the water trying to hold onto the fish. Turns out, the bald eagle is a success story from the 1980s. He was raised by captive parents, trained by a falconer to fly and hunt on his own,Continue reading “Swimming Lesson”
What a week we have had along the Hudson River. The eagles are enjoying the open water and the snow goose is staying.
There’s one good thing about the polar vortex. It brings a Convocation of Eagles. Please enjoy photos of our recent arrivals. The local residents are protesting with signs that say, “Private Property, NO Trespassing!!”
This 2019 year has started off on the right birds for me. Featured image is an American Tree Sparrow in the freezing cold.
Most have seen these photos. I chose six that I consider to be superior.
It is time to post a few recent photos. The raptors always come first. Then it is for the little guys.
My barn was open to all kinds of visitors during the Ossining Arts Council Open Studios Tour 2018. I had kept the feeders filled all week long in hopes of having a few birds at the feeders as people perused my photos. I learned that I have to sit outside in my backyard for muchContinue reading “Open Studio”
Enjoy these photos from around the Lower Hudson River. The ospreys will be leaving soon, but the kingfisher stays around all year. Our immature great blue herons from a nearby rookery invade the area and some do stay.
It’s all about the water birds in this summer heat. And one dragonfly