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Jeffrey Kollbrunner - Wildlife & Nature Photography
Five week old Red Tail Hawk Baby in the nest.
Female Red Tail Hawk (Mama) collecting nest material to construct her nest on March 20, 2006, Queens, N.Y.
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Mission:Wolf's Ambassador Wolf Program made their first visit to Queens, NY on Sunday
October 26, 2008 at the Queens County Farm Museum educating nearly 1,200 people.
Ambassador Gray Wolf Maggie from Mission:Wolf
Ambassador Wolf Abraham from Mission:Wolf
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Bald Eagles in Queens, New York.
I have observed Immature Bald Eagles in Queens, NY over the last six years. Since September 2014
we have two Mature Bald Eagles staying in the area. I photographed this Mature Bald Eagle above
in mid October 2014. Fortunately, it stayed around through March 2015 and it has been soaring on
occasion with another Mature Bald Eagle, maybe a mate, time will tell.
As of October 2015 we have one Immature and two Mature Bald Eagles in the Mid-Queens area. It
would be a wonderful story if these majestic Birds of Prey would make a comeback in our Borough
similar to the success of the Red-tailed Hawk over the last twenty years. If you are interested in local
birding treks, the potential to observe a Bald Eagle and my photography workshops please check
my 2015 registration schedules and details at the following links Birding Treks and Photography
Gray Wolf, Wolf Conservation Center.
If you are interested in attending a special access
Wolf Photography Workshop in November or
December 2015 the date and cost to be determined.
This workshop will be held at the Wolf Conservation
Center in Westchester, N.Y. approximately a one hour
drive from Queens, NY. Meet and photograph wolves
in a natural wooded setting while learning about
photography and wolf conservation. Do not miss out
on this special opportunity.
Please email me so I can coordinate the workshop,
space will be limited to ten people.
Preregistration will be required.
Photo by Jeff Kollbrunner, All rights reserved.
Black-throated Green Warbler
|Birding - Fall Migration is upon us!!