Monday, February 28, 2011

Spotted at the Teaneck Creek

Yellow Bellied Sapsucker
 - photo (c) Daniel Yoffeee
The Puffin Photography Club uses the 42 acres of the Teaneck Creek as its workshop and playground.  For the past year and a half I can be found there many weekend mornings.  We help to chronicle life at the creek which up until ten years ago was a dumping ground for the garbage left over from the creation of Route 80 and 95.

Yesterday we were fortunate enough to spot a Yellow Bellied Sapsucker.  Who knew?  For all these years some of us thought that was a creature that Ed Norton created.

Watch this space for information on our upcoming group shows at the Puffin and at the Creek.

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