A Miami In Focus
Pictorial Magazine
for

MIAMI
&
MIAMI BEACH

featuring
 
The wildlife of Central Park dominate our experience as the force of nature comes to encompass our experience of this compelling environment. Unlike any other park in the world, Central Park was designed to emulate nature and to attract species who would eventually call it home.


Mallards At The Lake: CW71-77



Night Heron At The Harlem Meer (habitat): CE106-110



Great Egret At The Pool (habitat): W101



Great Egret At The Lake: CW71-77



Mute Swan At The Lake: CW71-77



Canadian Geese At The Harlem Meer (habitat): CE106-110



Wild Pheasant At Strawberry Fields: W72



Black Capped Chickadee At The Wildflower Meadow



A Robin At Balcony Bridge: W77



Mute Swan At The Lake: CW71-77



Mallards At The Pond (habitat): E59-62



Great Egret At The Turtle Pond: C80



Red Winged Blackbird At The Ramble (habitat): CW73-79



Great Egret Flying From The Great Lawn: C80-86 To Turtle Pond: C80



Woodpecker At The Ramble (habitat): CW73-79



Cardinal At Wagner Cove (habitat): C72



Blue-jay At The Ravine (habitat): C102-105



Northern Flicker At The Pond (habitat): E59-62