It seems that for the last few weeks, hundreds of little yellow birds have been popping up all around. The perennial brown avians also seem to be tinged with yellow, as if painted to match the colors of the falling, golden leaves. The rising and setting sun casts its honey glow on tiny, cream coloredContinue reading “Drops of Yellow Sunshine”
Croton Point Park is where your eagle dreams come true. The visiting birds arrived early this year. And they are quite used to people and cars. Our young red-tails ask how you would like them to pose for pictures. Profile? Catching a rat? Dragging a snake? Of course the feeder birds are happy for theContinue reading “Eagle Dreams”
I could have just put the camera out on my tripod all day, sat in one place and taken pictures of what was in the yard.
I enjoy counting birds on Saturday and Sunday mornings at the nature center. This year we are back to 8 to 10 AM. The Saw Mill River Audubon signature bird, the Carolina wren, greeted me first thing on the first morning! And because of the efforts of Audubon groups in the area, the landfill, nowContinue reading “SMRA Project Feeder Watch at Croton Nature Center Has Begun”
I usually take a reprieve from bird watching in late March and April before peregrine season gets into full swing. But I couldn’t resist getting a picture of a towhee, palm warbler, gorgeous goldfinch and displaying cowbird.