Adventure

Winter Bird Watching in Central Park

By Seth Fera-Schanes

There is a great documentary on HBO called, Birders: The Central Park Effect.  The movie shows the huge range of birds who live in the park and use it as a stop over on their migratory flights.

If you live in the city or are just visiting you can take full advantage of bird watching in the park.  One of the best places to go is the North Woods towards the top of the park.  Spending even an hour on the weekend will afford you the opportnity to see a lot of different bird species.

Blue Jay, Male and Female Cardnials

Blue Jay, Male and Female Cardinals in Central Park’s North Woods

Cardnial Perched on Branch in Central Park

Red Carninal

Red Cardnial in Central Park

Bird Watching in Central Park

Winter Cardnial in the North Woods

Red Cardinal in Central Park After Winter Storm

River in the North Woods

River in Central Park’s North Woods

Morning Dove in Central Park

Birds Feeding in Central Park

Canadian Geese in the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir

Canadian Geese

Gull Hovering

Inquisitive Gull

Gull Looking at Geese and Ducks

King of the Birds

Seagull Butt

Seagull Butt

Gull in Flight

Soaring Gull

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