Yesterday (Monday) … Lots of action on Disposal Road … 4 Harriers (one Gray Ghost [above], two immature, one mature female), two Kestrels, one Red-tail, one mature Bald Eagle … along with Yellow Rumps and Palm Warblers. Stuff got close enough that I had to take the teleconverter off … nice. (Thanks, Roy!)
Two teasers in one: Who’s this guy, photographed at the NJMC’s bird-banding station late last month?
And what would you get if you crossed him with a Turkey Vulture?
Big clue to first question follows. Continue reading