Birding in Central Park

New York, New York, US

Birding in Central Park

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When you think of birds in New York City, you tend to think of pigeons. But on Birding Bob's bird walk, you hardly notice them. Dr. Robert DeCandido, PhD was born and raised in New York's urban jungle and was inspired from a young age to study it's flora and fauna. He even met his significant other Deborah Allen while they were both working in Central Park (Bob as a park ranger and Deborah as a bird photographer). Since 1993, they have been conducting bird walks together all over Central Park but especially through The Ramble. Bob recommends you sit by Azalea Pond and see what comes to you. With about 300 species of birds landing in Central Park throughout the course of the year, you're bound to see too many!