Revisiting the St. Augustine Alligator Farm, I made a beeline for the rookery, hoping to see many roseate spoonbills as I had three years earlier. On my way there, though, I saw a yellow-crowned night heron in the same tree – maybe on the same branch – as before. For all I know, it was the same bird. Indeed, he/she may not have moved at all . . .
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59th Street Bridge SongPosted: 19 Nov
"I grew up in Queens, and on Sunday evenings, my parents would drive my brother and me past the factory. We could smell the week's supply of bread baking. I always connected the 59th Street Bridge with that scent. Who woulda thunk, years later, I'd be there, directing and producing a hit TV show?"
Source: Don Scardino
Posted: 19 Nov
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