Raptor Wednesday

Osprey over the water… the Valley Water in Green-Wood.
These birds will be abandoning us soon, some heading as far as South America.

On Monday, I had simultaneous Peregrines on St. Michael’s and, for the first time since the spring, on the Industry City smokestack. Consistently over the last five years, they abandon the high view of of the smokestack post during the breeding season, but come back in the fall and then are seen with great frequency during the fall-winter-spring.

That two-year-old Bald Eagle from New Haven was seen well again in Green-Wood this past Saturday by others. The bird’s black band reads R over 7 to a good telephoto lens. I looked on Sunday but didn’t see the bird.

Here’s my post about R7 from April.

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