Steve’s Nature Journal
I now have a new favorite garden, and it’s only about an hour and fifteen minutes away! I can’t say it better than their website: Recognized as one of the “world’s ten best gardens,”* Innisfree is a powerful icon of 20th century landscape design. Over 50 years in the making, it is largely the work […]
It’s always a pleasant surprise to see night herons, as they mostly spend their days hiding among the branches. For some reason, I saw a bunch of them on Saturday morning at Cockenoe Island and also back in the marsh by Canfield Island.
This is a great spot run by Audubon. It wa almost empty when I went (Sunday morning, and it nice to walk down along Indian Brook to the Hudson (at low tide). West Point is right across the river. Not so many birds, but lots of moths and dragonflies.