It seems that for the last few weeks, hundreds of little yellow birds have been popping up all around. The perennial brown avians also seem to be tinged with yellow, as if painted to match the colors of the falling, golden leaves. The rising and setting sun casts its honey glow on tiny, cream coloredContinue reading “Drops of Yellow Sunshine”
Over the years the importance of the collage to show various images and behaviors of birds has helped bring it all together into one avian statement. Each montage is its own story.
Teatown EagleFest is on February 8, 2020. Please visit Teatown Hudson River EagleFest for tickets and information. In the meantime, please enjoy photos of what you might see if you visit the Lower Hudson Valley, Croton Point Park and points north and south in the winter months.
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Spring eventually does get here.
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.
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.