This green heron is watching over its nest. There are several nesting sites for these birds in Central Park. They seem to prefer to nest in groups and you can usually find several nests close together.
"The Ducks of Central Park" (TDoCP) is a family project. My wife, my daughter, and I would like to share the part of our town that has become the home of hundreds of waterfowl in only the last few years.
Welcome to "The Ducks of Central Park" (TDoCP). "Central Park" resides in Fredericksburg, Virginia. Dubbed "the exit of exits" for its more than 200 retail destinations, including 50+ restaurants, Celebrate Virginia's Central Park boasts over 2.2 million sq. ft. of retail space. But, that is just part of the story. Central Park has become a haven for many waterfowl including ducks, geese, herons, and cormorants. The purpose of this site is to share a glimpse into the the waterfowl world of Central Park.
All images (except the CP map) on this site are my property and are copyrighted and licensed under Creative Commons License 3.0. Email theducksofcentralpark at gmail dot com. (Email address must be put in standard format to be usable).
This site is not affiliated with Central Park or Silver Companies in any way.