Baby Trees, Bales and Birds in Riverside Park
Recently planted baby evergreens replace the huge old deciduous trees that came down in last summer’s freak wind storm. I count two groups of four trees and one of three between 108th and around 112th.
Maybe the babies will grow into a pinetum like Central Park’s Arthur Ross Pinetum, and the saw whet owls that hang out there will opt for a river view and come to nest in Riverside. I’m crazy to see an owl in the city.
And what’s with the hay bales that appeared in December around 116th? There are some at 108th, too.
Esau likes hay bales. I like them, too. But what’s the story?
Esau also likes the seagulls along the wall that separates the river walk from the car traffic up near 125th Street. Nice.Explore posts in the same categories: Birds, February, Flora, In the City, Wildlife/Natural History