Within the most populous city in the United States, I walk around and photograph the less noticed New York City inhabitants.
A wild Chow Chow roams Madison Avenue.
A Squirrel who wouldn’t leave me alone.
Female House Sparrow
New York City Wildlife: A Blue Jay
A Bufflehead duckling during migration back to Canada. He dove into the water repeatedly to evade his portrait; this is a photograph of a relentless warrior.
A House Sparrow being quite compliant.
Introspective Mallard Duck.
These two raccoons were just waking up as the sun set in Central Park. Moments later, the mischievous fella on the right climbed onto the sleeping raccoon to wake him up.