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.
The regular birds are in their regular places. Featured image shows the resident red-tailed hawk helping with Project FeederWatch.
Falling leaves reveal a bird or two
The leaves are turning and the birds are leaving. Well, some of the birds are leaving. The ospreys are off to warmer climates along with the phoebes and monarchs. Thankfully, they love the camera. The very young heron may never leave. It appears to have imprinted.
Those wonderful juvenile great blue herons are migrating west to the Hudson River. I felt bad for this skinny youngster at Oglevie’s Pond that couldn’t seem to catch a fish. If only I could get it into my backyard I would stock my hot tub. Fingers crossed that at least half of the new birdContinue reading “August Adolescents”
Given the warm winter, our migrants stayed put. Our locals did their usual flying and fishing. Right now our pairs are getting ready to settle down until spring.