It’s been a chilly spring so far, but that hasn’t delayed the parade of songbirds that migrate north through Central Park around this time every year.
Last week, the naturalist Kenn Kaufman led a birdwatching expedition through the tangle of trees and shrubs known as the Ramble, situated in the middle of Central Park. That giant rectangle of green that imprints Manhattan is a welcome retreat for avian passersby, who stop here to rest and feed as they make their way north. And birders flock to the park–in which more than 280 bird species have been recorded–to seek them out. Read More