My main goal at E. B. Forsythe NWR was to see some Snow Geese – mission accomplished. We also saw a Snowy Owl way off in the marsh and an immature Bald Eagle. It is so relaxing to drive around the loop with my scope and camera. The weather on Sunday was shirtsleeve warm.
The first Central Park walk with The Linnaean Society of New York took place on 9/8/2020. I managed a few shots wile we looked for birds. Check out their site for upcoming programs and field trips.
A few things caught my eye; such as, rays of sunlight and spider webs.
We went to 3 places in in New Jersey in the afternoon of September the 28th that we haven’t seen before: Hilltop Reservation, Garret Mountain Reservation, and River Barge Park.
Last Friday we went to Pelham Bay Park, Bronx, New York in the afternoon and had a 3 mile hike around Hunter Island. The views are lovely, but it was hot and buggy. After that we drove to the Lobster Shack on City Island to buy a take out. While parked off the road in a driveway a crew cab pickup truck scraped the paint off the edge of our side mirror. The list of mishaps grows long for our little VW Jetta “James”. We’ve only had it a couple of months.
A related post: https://port4u.net/2014/11/26/gull-in-algonquin-mist-pelham-bay-1282013/ Inspired by a book on the place called The Last Algonquin by Theodore Kazimiroff.