Image from christiannealmcneil on Flcker
Wake up bright and early and head on over to Inwood Hill Park to witness the flight of New York City's eagle population. According to the Park's Department, "this is the best time of the year to watch for bald eagles." Like I wrote earlier this week, one of the best things about living uptown are the parks, so put on your warm coat (although it looks like it won't be that cold tomorrow) bring your binoculars and watch the eagles soar.
January, 24, 2009
Inwood Hill Park
Meet at the entrance to Dyckman Fields (Dyckman Street entrance to the park--directions borrowed from Inwood Astronomy Project)