EagleMania Persists

We are into the Merry Month of March when our eagles disperse.  Our locals remain to entertain.

Thank you for bringing dinner.

 

Bonded Pair

 

Kids just wanna have fun
Lots of Fun

 

Just waiting for the right guy (or until next year)

 

Fishing for Two Now

EagleFest2018 Continues

Our eagles will be ‘going to nest’ very soon.  Our youngsters and visitors continue to hang around.

Is it time, yet?
Landed on time
I see a fish.
Now I need a napkin.

 

The eagles just wait for the gulls to pull out a fish. Then they steal it.

 

This black backed is quite unhappy about losing its hard earned fish.

 

Picnic in the picnic area

Eyes to the Skies

I keep posting More Eagles.  Well, there’s a reason.  There are more eagles.

 

More Eagles Plus

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.

If you come to visit, please careful where you park.

Eagle Event

Big time convocation of eagles on the Hudson River this year:

 

Snow Business

The “Bomb Blizzard” hit hard this year.  The birds coped.

Blue jay foraging successfully for peanuts

 

White throated sparrow

 

Red-tailed hawk pair – male below, female above

 

Song sparrow

 

Mourning doves

 

Northern cardinal – female

 

Common house sparrow – male

 

American tree sparrow

 

Eagle, first year

 

Great blue herons