Falling leaves reveal a bird or two
I love this time of year. The colors of the leaves and birds are especially glorious.
There were five eagles in the eagle tree at the Croton Point Nature Center this morning! Now that is a happy event. Saw Mill River Audubon’s Project FeederWatch at the nature center continues again this year.
Large numbers of eagles remain on the Lower Hudson River. My view this week was from a distance, except for first grade eagle watching on Tuesday. Also, please take part in the Great Backyard Bird Count. You can go to a nearby park that has a feeder and just count for 15 minutes.
Well, I found some very early in the morning. Plus, I found a few other things, too.
My friend, Cindy, and I finally did the Sunday morning bird walk with Birding Bob, or rather, Deb Allen because Bob is in Thailand. I have known Bob and Deb for a number of years because of my interest in the peregrine falcons at Water Street here in NYC. If you are close to ManhattanContinue reading “Central Park Birding”