Articles by Fred R. Cohen

About Fred R. Cohen (35 Articles)
Fred Cohen, a NYC-based photographer, has been taking pictures for over four decades. His work has been published by Harry N. Abrams, Time Magazine and The New York Times. He does commissioned work and sells images from his extensive library. You can see his more casual work on face book and are welcome to visit his website at

The Canada Goose

Only tyros would be caught describing Canadian Geese.  We have no idea where the individual birds may hale from – but the breed [...]

January 27, 2020

The Great Blue Heron

The great blue heron (or to its friends, Ardea Herodias) is the biggest heron in North America (among others including the green [...]

January 20, 2020

The Cardinal

The northern cardinal is generally known by its bright red plumage, and was so named by early American colonists for the red-cloaked [...]

January 6, 2020

Holiday at the Beach

The weather outside was frightful, but the Beach Café was delightful on the evening of December 19.  The ubiquitous Alex Rybek [...]

December 20, 2019

Hawks – Predators in the Sky

Hawks are known for their talons, curved bill and sturdy legs. They can dive at up to 150 miles per hour and can snare prey in the air or [...]

December 17, 2019

Central Park Ducks

Last year, Central Park was set a twitter (no pun intended) by the unexpected presence of a mandarin duck – which had no business being [...]

December 9, 2019

Wrens – Small but Feisty

Wrens are scrappy little birds, and cute, with a loud and cheerful song.  Their French name is “troglodyte familier,” as it comes down [...]

December 7, 2019

The Sparrows of Central Park

There are seriously well-versed birders in Central Park; I am not one.  I have however learned that, when faced with a small bird of [...]

November 21, 2019

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