His latest is on the incredible return of the Osprey to the Meadowlands.
To most birders, the sight of an Osprey is no longer an event. It seems these raptors are a victim of their own success. They no longer bring a gasp from the crowds on our nature walks like they did just a few years back.
A quick look up with binoculars, and then the assembly begins to scan the meadows for other less-common migrants.
But not me. I still need to give them a much longer look at let all the new birders, especially the kids, know everything about the Osprey.
It is the least I can do to pay my respects. They have been through too much; from DDT to water pollution and habitat destruction.
Here's a link.