Fall is the Most Beautiful Time of the Year
I’ve been a Left-Coaster, now I’m an East-Coaster. There is nothing that equals fall in New York.
Westchester County, NY is a paradise for birders and photographers.
Summer Sun and Shade
Finally discovered Rockefeller State Park Preserve. Hard to believe I never went there before.
The Riverside Church peregrines are out. The baby birds are learning to fly and eat. Croton Point Park has new maintenance workers.
Back Home Again
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.
Spring at Croton
Spring birds are everywhere doing their Spring Thing. Plus, a few of the residents are back in action.
Perfect End to Project FeederWatch
Croton Point Park never gets tiring. Project FeederWatch at Croton Nature Center is always entertaining. One more day to go, but I had to put these up today. The birds just sit close now as they wait for me to fill the feeders.
Some Days Things Just Work
My first year eagle guy now has to wait for his sibling. Finally got the early bird, but not with a worm. Those darn flying tree sparrows…
A Day on the Hudson
A picture is worth a thousand very cold words. Yes, the eagles are still here. It’s too cold and icy where many of them live.
Location, Location, Location
The Hudson River eagle count today = 75 at low tide. Croton Boat Ramp, George’s Island and Verplanck, Charles Point are the places to be. Our red-tail is getting ready to go to nest.