The house finch, perhaps more than any other bird species, is a confirmed urbanite, eating the bird seed we provide and cozying up to us at nesting time – hanging flower baskets are favourite nest sites.
Luther Marsh is likely the best prospective nesting real estate for bald eagles in the Headwaters region.
Starlings were introduced to New York City from Europe in the 1890s, there are now more than over 200 million of them in North America.
These Two Blue Boots are moving on to find new adventures.
Herons, egrets and bitterns are long-legged freshwater and coastal birds in the family Ardeidae.