After we got word that Common Ravens had been seen on Disposal Road three days in a row this week, we thought we had better check on the nest just below the cliff at Laurel Hill in Secaucus.
Bottom line: All appears well. We saw one raven on the nest (above). We know, it's a little to hard to see a raven in the shade, but we try…
The other raven was perched in the tree below the nest. It was kind enough to fly past — probably on its way to Disposal Road.
To top things off, we had a Peregrine Falcon (above left) fly overhead.
Neat place, that Laurel Hill.
Tomorrow: Kearny Osprey Update.