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’ve been a Left-Coaster, now I’m an East-Coaster. There is nothing that equals fall in New York.
… good picture of one of the three harriers at Croton Point Park. Yes, the eagles are still around in big numbers. The elusive brown creeper showed itself, too.
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.
Don Edwards Wildlife Refuge, the Alviso part, is heaven for birds. Thankfully, the fog burned off just as I got there. Unfortunately, they forgot to unlock the gate on the last day of my visit and I didn’t have time to walk to the Alviso Slough. Had to make do with the Alviso Marina CountyContinue reading “I Left My Heart in Alviso”
I see these guys ALL the time, just wanted to give a different view.