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November 13-16, 2005


Pale Male (r) & Lola one year ago. November 16, 2004


Lola & Chopper. November 16, 2004


Lola and Moon. November 16, 2004


Lola & Jet. November 16, 2004


The Old Stovepipe Building. November 16, 2004


Wollman Rink two years ago. November 16, 2003


Lola, Queen of New York.


This was taken on this day, one year ago. So much has changed, but so little is different. November 15, 2004.


November 15, 2004.


November 15, 2004.


While a great many human beings consider her a pest that should be exterminated, the Earth values her as one of its most precious creations.
As I scan the faces of fellow commuters each day I have never seen one human being transmit a tiny fraction of the beauty, innocence and wholesomeness of one of these street pigeons. I watch people spit chewing gum out of their mouths and onto the sidewalk, drop their filthy cigarettes on the ground without a second thought, mindlessly read newspapers and drop them in the subway, and we have the gall to call these poor animals filthy.



Mallard on Golden (Turtle) Pond, Sunday November 13, 2005


Lola over Pilgrim Hill, Saturday November 12, 2005


A House Sparrow surveys the Hawk Bench for breakfast. Sunday November 13, 2005


Pale Male on Linda #3. He spend almost three hours in this spot on Sunday morning. When he flew off he headed directly over to The Beresford where he met with Lola. Sunday November 13, 2005


Pale Male (l) & Lola on The Beresford (north tower). Sunday November 13, 2005


Pale Male on The Beresford (81st & CPW). Sunday November 13, 2005


A Mallard relaxes on Turtle Pond. Sunday November 13, 2005


A Blue Jay just over The Blind at Turtle Pond. Sunday November 13, 2005