All photos were taken along the Hudson River in New York.
I keep posting More Eagles. Well, there’s a reason. There are more eagles.
Our visiting eagles arrived on Friday, February 10, 2017, just in time for the Teatown Lake Reservation Hudson River EagleFest. There were quite a few at Verplanck. At least we had one hanging around at the Croton Train Station Boat Ramp. Here are a few from Friday.
The eagles are arriving. The ice is forming on the Hudson. We had the first of our SteamBoat Dock Photo Club meetings today, LOL!! Photo Corner is ready and waiting in Verplanck. The White House Tree is hosting fish hors d’oeuvres.
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.
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.
There have been at least 15 eagles hunting at the Croton Boat Ramp the last two days. The Croton River started moving again. Verplanck marinas sported another 15-20 fishing and perching relatively close. Thursday night’s eagle count from the dock in Verplanck came in at 15. Just at dusk an immature caught a fishContinue reading “Eagle Heaven on Hudson”
Yes, there is ice on the Hudson. We have waited for over a year. The eagles are everywhere. I only made a few stops today. There were 3 eagles in Croton Point Park, 3 at Furnace Dock, 5 in Verplanck, 5 on the ice off the pier at Fleishmann’s. And ’tis the month of loveContinue reading “Hudson River Ice”
Getting ready for the Big Blizzard of ’13. I needed a few more pictures for my Teatown Hudson River EagleFest (now Sunday, Feb. 10, 2013) presentation, For the Eagles. Thankfully, I went out yesterday on my rounds. George’s Island eagles did appear just as I drove up. They knew I needed to fill in aContinue reading “Snow Business”
Plus, we have a few other visitors in the area. The goldeneyes seem to be here in abundance. We also have a loon. A crow decided to harass a young merlin. The merlin won.