Central Park was my nature haven the year I lived in New York City attending graduate school. It still is when I return for visits.
Now, a bird sanctuary on the southeast corner of Central Park, which has been closed to the public since 1934, is open to a limited number of people each week. I recently traipsed around the area, called Hallett Nature Sanctuary, which is on a bluff above the Pond. The Pond was formed from a swamp in the development of Central Park in the 1850s.
Below are some photos from early June. And here’s what made it special to me: [Read more…]