The regular birds are in their regular places. Featured image shows the resident red-tailed hawk helping with Project FeederWatch.
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.
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”