Low Tide + Cold Weather = Eagle(s) on the ice!
Photographed this morning from the Transco Trail.
Adult and immature eagles have made a strong showing for awhile now.
Don Torino of Bergen County Audubon, who leads so many of our walk, has a new column on wildnewjersey.tv. Here’s a sample:
One of the greatest things about birding is the people we meet and the friends we make along the way,Birding creates a bond and closeness with people like no other pursuit I know of. My words find it difficult to express the joy…
But once in a while there are those times that I find the need to journey out into the woods and fields unaccompanied and alone.
The link is here.
This month, eight-year-old Lyndhurst resident Gabriel Diaz became the first elementary-school-aged student to have his very own exhibit at the New Jersey Meadowlands Commission’s Flyway Gallery.
The show was originally scheduled to run through last Friday but has now been extended through February.
Diaz is introducing area residents to his artistic talents during the multi-media, wildlife-themed show, “The Wonders of the Universe.”
Some of Gabriel’s work measures as large as 5 feet high by 4½ feet wide.
More information about the show is here.