A Bald Eagle Comes For a Visit–Take 2

On December 13, I posted about the sighting of a bald eagle at Green-Wood. Well, like so many others, it looks like our bald eagle is very much enjoying Green-Wood’s grounds. It has been seen several times by several people, including strollers, bird watchers, and members of our grounds crew. Here’s Ryan Morrisey’s dramatic account … Read more

Annual Bird Count Includes Three Saves

Brooklyn’s annual National Audubon Society Christmas Bird Count was held recently at Green-Wood, Prospect Park, Jamaica Bay, and several other spots. Marge Raymond, who led the count at Green-Wood, has participated in it for decades. Green-Wood is a great place to see birds: our trees and shrubs provide seeds and habitat for over-wintering birds and … Read more

A Bald Eagle Comes For A Visit

Marge Raymond has been birding at Green-Wood for twenty-five years. For the last few years, Marge has been leading trolley tours of Green-Wood for our Historic Fund. Last Wednesday, on her regularly-scheduled weekly tour, Marge walked her group out into Cedar Dell to show them the very early Dutch Reformed brownstone gravestones there. As the … Read more