05/02/17 Ospreys at IBSP

Posted: May 6, 2017 in Uncategorized

I love photographing Ospreys. Island Beach State Park is one of my favorite locations to find them. The park is only a few miles from my home and this time of year I visit it a couple of times a week. Several pairs were still busy building their nests. I’ve noticed all of the “begging” foxes are gone, haven’t seen any in months. I sure hope there are remaining foxes in the brush, hard to find as it should be.

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Little Blue Heron

  1. Tom says:

    Terrific shots Ray !!

  2. Glenn says:

    Love the sequence of photos with the Osprey! The Solitary Blue Heron is awesome!

  3. scottnj61 says:

    Great series Ray! We heard the fox were moved off my the rangers due to a mange outbreak. Not sure if that is 100% accurate, but if you’re not seeing them…

  4. LIttle blue heron – what a gift, Ray Rarely found – but, yes, once kayaking Barnegat Bay among the Sedge Islands. Thank you. I hope Pete McLain, ‘on the other side’, who saved the ospreys and the peregrines, is granted full viewing privileges of the creatures he brought back to New Jersey. Blessings, Carolyn

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