Croton Point Field Trip

Haliaeetus leucocephalusI’m leading a trip up to Croton Point to look for Bald Eagles with Brooklyn Brainery. The trip sold out before I had a chance to post notice of it here.

The picture above is from last winter. There is now a confirmed Bald Eagle nest in Staten Island, or, rather, offshore of Staten Island, or rather a couple of eagles are making signs of building a nest, or rather there are contested rumors of a nest…. Stay tuned!

[Disclaimers: Bald Eagles not guaranteed. Exposure to outdoors may increase life-span. Void where prohibited.]

2 Responses to “Croton Point Field Trip”


  1. 1 Susan February 7, 2015 at 10:05 am

    You’ve certainly found a good way to live your life. Thanks for sharing with us.

    • 2 mthew February 8, 2015 at 4:09 pm

      Thank you so much, Susan! I try to counter-act the existential aspects of existence, which can sometimes be terrifying, with the transcendental. I’ve found I can do this to some extent by walking outside, so I hope also (ever the pedagogue) that I can inspire others to find delight in their worlds, too, right outside their doors. Um, and sometimes inside those doors, with the spiders and such.


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