There are still eagles around, but the north is calling.
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.
While making my eagle rounds on the Hudson River, I passed by Charlie and Karolyn who told me to get to Annsville Paddlesport Park quick. You can imagine what had happened previously. This adult beat out 6 to 8 other eagles for a few minutes anyway.
I finally got the kingfisher at Annsville Circle. I went out every day for over two weeks when the weather cooperated. Low tide and sunshine collided. Our eagles are still here and the barred owl continues to delight its admirer
We are in a deep freeze here. Lots of pictures were taken from the warmth of my car. Others were taken out in the freezing cold or muddy field. Not a bird, but this one has prey:
If I can’t find an eagle, I can find something else. A great blue heron chose to fly right at me and land right next to me at the dock at the park. The ever present osprey made its appearance. It is like the heron is saying, “Hey, you took my spot!” Osprey Diving forContinue reading “Annsville Circle”