a bald eagle caught a fish, dropped it and caught another one on a snowy day
an immature red-tailed hawk, a Peregrine Falcon and a hawk that I’m not sure if it’s red-tailed, coopers hawk or red-shouldered-hawk.
a green heron and the mysterious heron that was later ID’d by Mass Audubon as an immature black crowned night heron.
Ospreys are ferocious fish-hunting birds. I’ve seen them carrying fish that looks as big as they are.
This little guy is so fast. It’s really not easy to capture his flight with the camera.
I miss this friendly great blue heron that flew over. S/he was standing very close to me that I had to step back a little to get a full image of this beauty.
I think the squirrel was more afraid of the tree branch that looks like a hawk than the osprey.
We watched the mother swan sit calmly on her nest for weeks. then last Thursday we saw the cygnets, hatched a day or two earlier.soon after this photo they climbed back to the e nest for a nap.
Yates Pond across from Alewife T stop.