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Manhattan. Grackle bathing.



Manhattan. House sparrows bathing.


Manhattan. Painted Skimmer.


Manhattan. Blue Dasher.


Manhattan. Eastern Pondhawk.


Manhattan. Calico Pennant.


Manhattan. Twelve-spotted skimmer.


Manhattan. Green Darner.


Manhattan. Ebony Jewelwing.


Manhattan. Eastern Amberwing.


Manhattan. Central Park bird feeders.


Manhattan. House finch feeds on suet.


Manhattan. Dark-eyed Junco at feeders.


Manhattan. White-breasted Nuthatch feeds on suet.


Manhattan. Goldfinches, Red-winged Blackbirds & Pine Warbler.


Monarch Butterfly. Manhattan.



Question Mark. Inwood Hill Park, Manhattan.

Black-throated Blue Warbler.
Manhattan.


American Redstart .
Manhattan.


Northern Waterthrush.
Manhattan.



Virginia Bluebells.
Manhattan.


Red-bellied Woodpecker, Manhattan


Common Grackle, Manhattan

CUNY students feeding wild birds in Inwood Park, Manhattan




Stunned Nashville Warbler. Manhattan




Blizzard of 06. Manhattan




Central Park feeders.
The Ramble. Manhattan



Crocus.Manhattan



Male Cardinal. Manhattan



Female Cardinal. Manhattan



Male Cardinal. Manhattan



Male Cardinal. Manhattan


Birds of a feather. Hooded Mergansers in Central Park.


Divers, dabblers and a bevy of beaks. The Ducks of Central Park.



Divers, dabblers and bevy of bills (part 2). Central Park



On Mallard Lake. Central Park



Muck-raking - an adaptation. Central Park



Stifftail from the Pothole. Central Park


As cool as a coot ? Central Park



Courtship interruptus


Night and day. Central Park. 24 hours in the life of a duck.


Off to bed, on a raft of feathers. Central Park





American Lady, Van Cortlandt Park, Bronx.



Great-spangled Fritillary. Van Cortlandt Park, Bronx.


Banded Hairstreak. Van Cortlandt Park, Bronx.

Dutchman's Breeches. Bronx.



Trout Lily. Bronx.


The Other Half, Bronx




Why Salt Marshes Matter. Pelham Bay Park, Bronx

Escargots: not just for the French! Van Cortlandt Park, Bronx

White Footed Mouse,
New York Botanical Gardens


White Footed Mouse,
New York Botanical Gardens


Mugwort, Pelham Bay Park


Dutchman's Breeches
(Pelham Bay Park, Spring)



Monarch Butterfly
(Pelham Bay Park, September)

Brown snake
(Banks of the Bronx River)

Chipmunk
(Pelham Bay Park)


Red-eared Sliders
(Van Cortlandt Park)


Geometrid Moth
(Pelham Bay salt marshes)




Although the entrance to the Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge is in Queens, many of the videos here were shot on the Brooklyn side of the Bay.



Aphrodite Fritillary
Floyd Bennett Field. Brooklyn.


Black and White Warbler. Botanical Garden. Brooklyn.


Honey Bee.
Botanical Garden. Brooklyn.



Ducks,
Prospect Park, Brooklyn



Redefining the 'Bird brain", Brooklyn



Anyone for tennis ?, Brooklyn

Garbage order, Brooklyn



Autumn Medley. Brooklyn & Manhattan



A Salad Bar for Brant Geese. Coney Island, Brooklyn

Brooklyn Boogie. Coney Island, Brooklyn

The Bumble Bee and the Rugosa Rose, Jamaica Bay


Lady Bugs,
Jamaica Bay

Rat in a Mulberry Tree,
Jamaica Bay



Lone female Horseshoe Crab (Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge, June)

Female Horseshoe Crab
(Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge, June)

Mating Male and female Horseshoe Crabs (Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge, June)

View of Runway at Kennedy Airport from Jamaica Bay


Osprey (Jamaica Bay, 2004)

Osprey (Jamaica Bay, 2004)








Forest Park. Queens. Robin bathing.



Forest Park. Queens. Female Cardinal bathing.



Forest Park. Queens. Blue Jay bathing.



Forest Park. Queens. Neotropical migrants.


Cabbage Whites, Forest Park, Queens.

Red-spotted Purple. Fort Tilden, Queens.


Rose-breasted Grosbeak.
Queens


Scarlet Tanager.
Queens


Baltimore Oriole.
Queens


Magnolia Warbler.
Queens


Blackpoll Warbler.
Queens


Parula Warbler.
Queens


Chestnut-sided Warbler.
Queens


Wilson's Warbler.
Queens



Great Horned Owl.
Queens


Young Indigo Bunting
Queens
Clams, critters and the wildest nature in NYC. Queens


"Bioaccumulation", Queens


Land bird eats ocean fish, Queens

Local wetlands take a Swan dive, Queens



High School Watch, Queens


Fall shorebird migration, at Jamaica Bay Wildlife refuge. Queens. (Episode 1)


Shorebird migration, at Jamaica Bay Wildlife refuge. Queens. (Episode 2)


Shorebird migration, at Jamaica Bay Wildlife refuge. Queens (Episode 3)


Shorebird migration, at Jamaica Bay Wildlife refuge. Queens (Episode 4)

Tent Caterpillars, Forest Park


Plankton, Flushing Meadow

Softshell Turtle, Flushing Fish Market


Snowy egret
(Flushing Meadow, Corona Park)



Mallards (Forest Park, Spring)

Fish markets in Flushing

Fish markets in Flushing

Fish markets in Flushing





Between Hunger and Fear, Manhattan


Autumn Medley. Brooklyn & Manhattan


Fall of the Monarch. Battery Park, Manhattan


Late Summer Dragons. Midtown Manhattan


Project Safe Flight. World Financial Center, Manhattan


"Mannahatta": the island of many hills, Manhattan

House Finch, Midtown


Potato Beetle
Central Park

Pokeweed, Inwood


Peregrine Falcon
(55 Water Street, June)



Peregrine Falcon
(55 Water Street, June,)

Nest of an American Robin
(Central Park, June)

Common Yellowthroat Warbler (Central Park, May)

Black crowned Night Heron
(Central Park, Spring, Summer)


Female Raccoon
(Central Park, May)

Spice Bush Swallowtail
(Inwood Park)





Pearl Crescent, Eib's Pond, Staten Island.


Silver-spotted Skipper, Eib's Pond, Staten Island.


Tiger swallowtail. Green Belt, Staten Island.

Bloodroot. Bloodroot valley, Staten Island.




Fishing for Striped Bass,
Staten Island




Oyster History, Staten Island



Seining for Riches. Conference House Park. Staten Island



The Bottom of the Harbor. Arthur Kill, Staten Island



The trouble with cormorants. Arthur Kill, Staten Island



Dazzling butterfly seeks nutritious nectar, Eib's Pond, Staten Island

Snapping Turtles,
Eib's Pond


Female Blue Dasher, Eib's Pond

Musk Turtles,
Eib's Pond

Black Crowned Night Heron Nestling (Hoffmann Island, August)

Goldenrod Flowers
(Mt. Loretto, September)



Caterpillar of an Io Moth
(Mt. Loretto, September)

Mockingbird

Halloween Pennant
(Eib's Pond, June)


Blue Dasher (Eibs Pond, June)

Snapping Turtle (Eibs Pond, June)


Seajelly (Great Kills Park, August)

Praying Mantis
(Mt. Loretto, September)




Spotted Salamander,
Palisades, NJ



Wood frogs,
Palisades, NJ


Images by Valerie Druguet


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