Apres Migration

There may still be some migrants moving through, but the great waves of north-ward birds are done for this year. Locally, the early birds are fledging.
These Canada geese nested on the island in the middle of Sylvan Water. Eggs too big for Common Ravens perhaps?
Just after seeing this House Finch feed one of his noisy young. Heard the begging bird first, which is generally how one’s attention to them is drawn. There was a Yellow Warbler nearby: this one of the few warbler species to nest in the city, so are they nesting in Green-Wood?
Common Yellow-throat, another potential breeding warbler species.
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Following up on my Sunday sermon: #BlackInNature is a thing this week on Twitter.

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