Can’t seem to shake my totem bird.
Finally got to visit a few of the murals. Totally worth a trip. Many are painted on the metal night doors, so you may not see them during store hours whttp://www.audubon.org/amp
Eagles are still around, but the swans stole the press. We had an American crow adopt the feeders at Croton Point and the ospreys returned. Our local red-tailed male is now doing double duty, feeding his mate as she incubates. And I can’t forget the robins of spring.
We are into the Merry Month of March when our eagles disperse. Our locals remain to entertain.
Our eagles will be ‘going to nest’ very soon. Our youngsters and visitors continue to hang around.
I keep posting More Eagles. Well, there’s a reason. There are more eagles.
Two of the three birds below were banded in Connecticut, 2016 and 217. We now have three CT eagles that have recently investigated the Hudson River. All the other photos show resident eagles and resident red-shouldered hawk.
Big time convocation of eagles on the Hudson River this year:
The “Bomb Blizzard” hit hard this year. The birds coped.