Last time I was in Jamaica Bay I saw a big white bird land right next to
the bay. That bird is now completely extinct. When I saw it that bird
has just completed a migration from Europe. A big white bird with a
Beautiful to look at.
Do you really believe that wildlife observes man made geographical
borders? Actually that entire area is geographically part of Long
Island. Long before that area was sanctioned by Congress (1972) it
was my childhood playground, I roamed it all freely by foot and
bicycle. In 1950 a seven year old could safely travel all of NYC and
LI alone, day and night.
What that has to do with the location of Jamaica Bay, I cannot
imagine. The question was not what the birds see. I also grew up on
Long Island (in Queens) and rode and hiked all over as a kid.
And yes, Jamaica Bay- most of it- lies mainly in Queens County.
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