I wondered why so many of my library colleagues were grouped at the windows of the big room at Beaver Lake Nature Center.
Then I saw the bird houses. The trees.
The beautiful, magnificent birds.
These were all photographed through the window panes.
My dear wife Karen and I will be returning in warmer weather to spot them from outdoors.
And a serendipitous update: hours after I posted the above, my email box contained the following message from Onondaga County Parks:
Bird watching enthusiasts and those looking to learn about birding are invited to join a naturalist Mondays and Tuesdays in April, May, & June at 8am, for Morning Bird Walks. Each outing takes visitors in search of spring migrants and summer residents along the hedgerows, at the forest’s edge, and across the bog. Free with admission.
Beaver Lake Nature Center, an Onondaga County Park, is located 3 miles west of Baldwinsville off of Route 370. Admission is $5 per vehicle. For more information, call the Nature Center at 315-638-2519 or visit www.OnondagaCountyParks.com.
4 thoughts on “The birds were out in full color”
Are you going???
My work day starts at 8:30 a.m. so that is a pretty good blocker for the 8 a.m. Tuesday walks, MBC. Maybe if I end up taking a Tuesday off this summer, I will go on the bird watching walk, yes.
I bet there are other ones. I don’t ‘go’ bird watching but I have seen some magnificent winged visions on my bike rides and hikes.
ah, they love their bird park!