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Monthly Archives: August 2012
Not the numbers of migrants as yesterday but a few individuals were following the north wind this morning. Split Rock Reservoir had Blackburnian, Chestnut-sided, Black-throated Green and Nashville Warblers, American Redstarts, Red-eyed Vireos and Blue-gray Gnatcatchers. A Magnolia Warbler was … Continue reading
My apologies for the multiple posts. It appears that the document described in the original post shows up as a link in an email. Selecting the link brings you to the Scribd web site to view the document. The document … Continue reading
The final version of the 2011 Chimney Rock Hawkwatch Report is below. This post is also doubling as a test of the publishing service, Scribd. The document should appear in a scroll-able window. You should have various options available including … Continue reading
From Jane Flynn: Birds seen at Jonathan’s Woods today (Aug 29) include: Canada Warbler – 1 Prairie Warbler – 1 Wilson’s Warbler – 1 Ovenbird – 1 American Redstart -1 Wood Thrush – 1 Ruby-throated Hummingbird – 2 Jane Flynn
Caspian Tern, Olive-sided and Yellow-bellied Flycatchers, etc. at Split Rock Reservoir, August 29, 2012
Keeping with the wide-spread migration for the day, Rick Radis eBirded a Caspian Tern, Olive-sided Flycatcher and Yellow-bellied Flycatcher from Split Rock Reservoir this morning. Species that were present included: Common Loon Osprey – 3 Broad-winged Hawks – 9 Killdeer … Continue reading
From Tom Smith: Chimney Rock had a nice collection of migrants this morning – the west end of the parking lot alone had 12+ species of warbler, including Mourning (one), BT Green, BT Blue, Black-and-White (many), Magnolia (several), Redstart (many), … Continue reading
This morning on Twitter, @cmbobirds reported: “(the) First big morning flight of the season at higbees today”. Echoing this to a lesser extent in Morris County, Sayre’s Farm in Morris Township had: Ruby-throated Hummingbird – 5 Warbling Vireo – 2 … Continue reading
The latest cold front is producing already. Simon Lane reports lots of flycatchers and swallows on Pleasant Plains Road road this evening including Yellow-bellied Flycatcher and Bank Swallow.
From Mike Newlon: At Stahl Natural Area (Bedminster) yesterday, not many birds, but two immature Purple Martins are still hanging around the martin houses.
Migrants are scarce the previous few days. Jamie Glydon had a few species at Bee Meadow Park last Friday, Aug. 24 with Common Yellowthroats, American Redstarts and a Black-throated Blue Warbler. An immature Northern Harrier coursed Florham Park Fields on … Continue reading