Birds at Staten Island

We went on a winter birding trip with The Linnaean Society of New York – The Linnaean Society of New York ( led by Richard ZainEldeen to several locations on Staten Island, New York. It was a lovely trip and it was so nice seeing many of my birding friends. I wasn’t able to photograph many of the birds. Here are a few of the larger ones that I managed to snap. I replaced the skies on most with one of mine and moved the turkey from the road at Silver Lake’s Park to into a landscape at Wolfe’s Pond.

9 thoughts on “Birds at Staten Island

  1. redstuffdan 2023-02-10 / 5:13 am

    Exquisite photographs Sherry – Wolfe’s Island looks so desolate and that picture of the Peregrine Falcoln is sublime.


  2. Cee Neuner 2023-02-07 / 1:54 pm

    Your bird photos are wonderful and a joy to look at. Guess everyone was out for to get sunrise photos.


  3. shoreacres 2023-02-07 / 8:19 am

    I especially like the geese. The ice looks relatively thin, but of course they’re light enough to be able to sit or walk on it.


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