Raven’s nest, Secaucus

   Once upon a midday dreary, when we wandered weak and weary …
   We came across this Raven's nest at Hudson County Park at Laurel Hill.
   As birder Ray Duffy has posted, two Ravens have been seen in that vicinity earlier this month:  "At Laurel Hill Park, I finally got the pair of Common Ravens. I'm going to assume they are the breeding pair because they were both hanging close to each other and I'm certain it looked like they were preening the back of each other's heads as they picked at the snow for food."

    Don Torino also reports seeing a Common Raven — on Sunday on Valley Brook Avenue in Lyndhurst.

    An earlier post on Ravens is here.
    As for the bad Raven poetry, nevermore.

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