Monday, November 05, 2007

Third Annual Harlem Bird Walk

Who cares about birds in Harlem? There's gotta be some people out there besides me, right? Of course there are...they came to the first and second annual walks. Also on display will be Harlem's awesome architecture and fine cuisine. Im being a bit ambitious this year in terms of planning, but I will break the walk into 3 segments for those who are not so into all that dang walking.
Phase 1:
Central Park North and Morningside Heights.
Always full of interesting fauna including mascot Hedda Gobbler!
Phase 2:
St. Nicholas and Jackie Robinson Parks
From wintering coopers to resident kestrels, these two parks have a number of surprises as well as scenic vistas.
Highbridge Park
This park is seriously big. Its got many level and layers, not all of them so appealling (ie Mole People). But its storied history and breathtaking heights will amaze!
Bonus Round:
The Peregrines of Broadway Bridge
Maybe after some Gatorade and cuchifritos will there be enough resolve to trek to the tip of Manhattan to view a pair of Peregrines up close and personal.
Anyone interested in more info, email me at yojimbot dot com
Till then, here's some more crows!

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