One of the most well known natural features in Kent is the Kent Falls. They extend even further down but I couldn't get it all in one frame.
You don't want to mess with the cats in this town.
Sharon Audubon Center has one of the few blinds in the state which I've come across which are actually somewhat useful in the way it was set up.
I had a nice view of some Wood Ducks that were passing through...and also saw a Palm Warbler bouncing around the bushes outside of the blind.
In the distance I kept on hearing a strange call and couldn't figure out what it was. I thought it might be a bird of interest that I needed to track down.
click center to playI had forgotten that there was an aviary at the center. This frisky Raven captured my attention with his loud vocalizations which could be heard from the other side of the pond!
Beautiful photos of such a lovely place! Thank you so much for sharing!
I have seen Ravens before, but haven't heard them vocalize like this. Nice!
Great photos of Wood ducks and Palm warbler! Photo of Kent Falls is beautiful.
Lovely photos! The next time you're in the area, the Emily Winthrop Miles Sanctuary (a stone's throw away from Sharon Audubon on W. Cornwall Road) is also well worth a visit. I even spotted a river otter there once.
Thanks for the comments! Interestingly enough, I saw an otter at the pond at Sharon Audubon Center a couple of years ago but I will have to check out the other sanctuary next time I'm there.
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