One just prays at least half of them survive. Our red-tailed hawk family is just about ready to expand their territory. Look out snakes and rats! The male dropped off a very small morsel and the eyases bawled him out. This is a sign that the youngsters are ready to take flight. Both adults haveContinue reading “Babies, Babies, Babies”
The female red-tailed hawk is keeping her three eyases very well fed. The crops are bulging everytime I see the family. While not for the squeamish, ID needed for her most recent delicacy. I suspect rat. She indulged with the kids. Yellow warblers are all over the place. I’ll post video of allContinue reading “Baby Birds, Mother Birds, Bird Songs”
There is a lot of bird action right now.
Hard to tell it’s a new season. It is freezing.
The Riverside Church peregrines are out. The baby birds are learning to fly and eat. Croton Point Park has new maintenance workers.
While on my search for a snowy owl, I thought I would try the Croton ‘Meadow.’ I didn’t see an owl, but our resident red tail was in her favorite spot by the road. She thought she had something on her first try, but apparently not. She tried again as the smaller birds took cover.