Tuesday Field Notes, Apr. 8, 2014

Red-throated Loon and Horned Grebe continue with the diminishing number of waterfowl at Lake Musconetcong (Alan Boyd).

Budd Lake has 9 Horned Grebes, 3 Common Loons, 45 Common and 2 Red-breasted Mergansers (Alan Boyd).

4 Black-crowned Night-Herons continue at Jefferson Road Pond (Julie Buechner).

Morris County’s first Louisiana Waterththrush of 2014 was singing this morning along the Lamington River on Black River Road, Washington Township (J. Klizas).

6 Greater Yellowlegs were at Duke Farms along with Pine, Palm and Yellow-rumped Warblers (Jeff Ellerbusch).


From Tim Vogel:
Cedar Lake, Denville had 1 Common Raven.

Florham Park Fields had 2 Redheads, 12 Ring-necked Ducks, 4 Buffleheads, 1 Ruddy Duck.

Tim Vogel, Denville.


Rusty Blackbird, Florham Park, NJ, Apr. 8, 2014 (photo by Jonathan Klizas).

Rusty Blackbird, Florham Park, NJ, Apr. 8, 2014 (photo by Jonathan Klizas).

The avian dynamic changes later in the day at Florham Park Fields. When this observer was there at 5 p.m. all of the ducks were gone because of human disturbance. Fishermen have been using the ponds with more regularity the past few years. 10 Rusty Blackbirds were in the woods at the edge of the field along with Red-winged Blackbirds and American Robins. 52 Wilson’s Snipe were flushed in the wet field. At least 6 Killdeer were present.

Boonton Reservoir had 4 Bufflehead, 1 Red-breasted Merganser drake and 3 Common Loons. 172 Double-crested Cormorants and 26 Great Blue Herons were counted on the island from the south end of the reservoir (J. Klizas).

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Sandhill Cranes at Great Swamp, and more, Apr. 7, 2014

Jim Gilbert reports that 3 Sandhill Cranes flew west past the overlook on Pleasant Plains Road, Great Swamp NWR at 11:00 a.m. Also, there was an influx of Palm Warblers, Eastern Towhees, Brown Thrashers, Field and Swamp Sparrows, etc. plus one hovering Osprey and one Purple Martin.

6 Black-crowned Night-Herons were counted on the island at Jefferson Road Pond, Parsippany by Matthew Skalla.

2 Black-crowned Night-Herons were at Green Brook Park, North Plainfield (Walter Blenderman).

Jim Mulvey found the first Blue-gray Gnatcatcher in the mocosocoBirds region for 2014 today at Passaic River County Park, River Road, Chatham Township.

A Greater Yellowlegs, either the same individual or another, has been present at the private, fenced-in pond at Loantaka Brook Reservation since April 3. Shorebirds should be arriving soon, but the Loantaka Yellowlegs is the only one on the radar in Morris County at the present time.


From Tim Vogel:
Split Rock Reservoir – The dam is closed due to construction. You can get to the parking lot from the Boonton Township side. There won’t be any swallows nesting on the dam this year! Lots of Bluebird boxes along the “new and improved” power lines. Also an Osprey platform between the woods and the lake and under the power line. Good luck!
1 Common Loon. Lack of waterfowl probably due to weekend boating.

Green Pond on Green Pond Road, Rockaway Twp., had 1 Common Loon, 4 Horned Grebe.

Jacob’s Road pond (off Green Pond Rd.) had 75 Ring-necked Ducks.

Lake Denmark: 1 Common Loon; Bald Eagle, 1 adult (on nest).

Mt. Hope Lake: Bald Eagle 2 adult (1 on nest); Mute Swan 75; Swallows – lots.

Mt. Hope Pond (the other one across the street)
15 Double-crested Cormorant competing with the fishermen.

Lake Parsippany – 15 Common Mergansers.

Jefferson Road Pond, Parsippany
Black-crowned Night-Heron 5 (roosting on the island).

Boonton Reservoir (Rt. 202 north side) – 2 Common Loons.

Tim Vogel, Denville


Delaware and Raritan Canal Towpath has the same species that have been on the Raritan River this season (Jeff Ellerbusch): 8 Ring-necked Ducks, 2 Greater Scaup, 23 Bufflehead, 9 Common Goldeneye, 24 Common Mergansers, 13 Red-breasted Mergansers (1 drake and 12 hens, a remarkable number for an unusually widespread species this past winter and spring), 60 Northern Rough-winged Swallows and 500 Tree Swallows.


From Chris Duffek, Sun. Apr. 6:
Managed a few hours today at Griggstown Grasslands. Short list includes:
Palm Warbler
Yellow-rumped Warbler
Golden-crowned Kinglet
Field Sparrow
Sharp-shinned Hawk
Red-tailed Hawk
Tree Swallows

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Sunday Field Notes, April 6, 2014

Lake Musconetcong had a Red-throated Loon today (Alan Boyd). Also present were 2 Common Loons, 5 Horned Grebes, 15 Gadwall, 2 American Wigeon, 1 Northern Shoveler, 15 Ring-necked Ducks, 8 Lesser Scaup and 25 Common Mergansers.

Lake Hopatcong had 4 Common Loons, 2 Horned Grebes, 60 Bufflehead (Alan Boyd). Budd Lake had 1 Common Loon (Mike Ostrow). Boonton Reservoir had 4 Common Loons (Cathy Millington).

A Glossy Ibis was a flyover in Lincoln Park today (Jill Homcy).

Glossy Ibis, Lincoln park, NJ, Apr. 6, 2014 (photo by Jill Homcy).

Glossy Ibis, Lincoln park, NJ, Apr. 6, 2014 (photo by Jill Homcy).

Florham Park Fields had 6 Wood Duck, 2 Green-winged Teal, 16 Ring-necked Ducks, 2 Hooded Mergansers, 9 Killdeer and 9 Wilson’s Snipe (Chris Thomas).

Wilson's Snipe
Wilson’s Snipe, Florham Park, NJ, photo by Chris Thomas.

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Glossy Ibis, Loons, Long-tailed Ducks, Purple Martins, Apr. 5, 2014

Glossy Ibis in Whippany

Glossy Ibis, Whippany, NJ, Apr. 5, 2014 (photo by Jonathan Klizas).

Glossy Ibis, Whippany, NJ, Apr. 5, 2014 (photo by Jonathan Klizas).

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The Glossy Ibis found late yesterday by Jamie Glydon at the north field of Birchwood Manor on Jefferson Road in Whippany, returned to the same field sometime after 6:30 this morning. It obligingly posed for countless pictures, occasionaly lifting off and flying around, always returning to the same patch of field. At one point it stood on the driveway 15 feet in front of my car for minutes until another car came by and flushed it to the field.

Glossy Ibis, Whippany, NJ, Apr. 5, 2014 (photo by Jonathan Klizas).

Glossy Ibis, Whippany, NJ, Apr. 5, 2014 (photo by Jonathan Klizas).

Long-tailed Ducks at Lake Parsippany

Long-tailed Ducks Lake Parsippany, NJ, Apr. 5, 2014 (photo by J. Klizas)

Long-tailed Ducks Lake Parsippany, NJ, Apr. 5, 2014 (photo by J. Klizas)

What were 4 Long-tailed Ducks yesterday became 22 today, give or take 1 or 2. Also on Lake Parsippany were a Common Loon, 2 Pied-billed Grebes, Horned Grebe, 60 Common Mergansers, 20+ Ruddy Ducks and Ring-necked Ducks (many observers).

Loons at Boonton Reservoir

A Red-throated Loon was at Boonton Reservoir early this morning until it flew up and away and out of the reservoir soon after being sighted. 4 Common Loons, a Horned Grebe, 5 Long-tailed Ducks and small amounts of Buffleheads and Common Mergansers were at the reservoir. A Common Goldeneye drake continues where the Rockaway River feeds into the reservoir. Approximately 27 Great Blue Herons and 45 Double-crested Cormorants were busy on the island (J. Klizas, Simon Lane).

Black-crowned Night-Herons in Parsippany

Black-Crowned Night Heron

(Black-crowned Night-Herons, photo by Chris Thomas)

Two adult yellow-legged Black-crowned Night-Herons continue at Jefferson Road Pond, Parsippany (many observers). David Bernstein points out that a previously seen Night-Heron had pinkish legs meaning there have been three Black-crowned Night-Herons at this spot.

Purple Martins in Morris Township

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(Purple Martin Photos by Jonathan Klizas. If you are reading this via email, a slide show appears on the mocosocoBirds.com web site)

Early? Not for Spring Brook Country Club in Morris Township. Today is the first report in 2014 for Purple Martins (PUMA) in Morris County but they may have come sooner. In 2013, PUMA were recorded at Spring Brook CC on April 2. According to eBird data for 2013, PUMA arrived in New Jersey on April 1. Spring Brook was the earliest location north of Forsythe NWR (AKA Brig) in 2013. This year? It is the same story. As of today, only Cape May and Forsythe NWR have eBird records for Purple Martin in NJ – except Spring Brook CC. 4 were seen flying near the clubhouse this afternoon. What is the early attraction? There is a Martin house next to the pond in front of the clubhouse. It is a very comfortable, affluent neighborhood. Who really knows. 30 Tree Swallows were also active along with 23 Ring-necked Ducks and 5 Bufflehead.

Other Field Notes

From Tom Halliwell:
There were ca. 10 Long-tailed Ducks (oh how I hate writing that name) on Budd Lake this morning. Also identifiable in the rough seas were several Common Loons and Horned Grebes among the usual suspects. I did have a possible Red-throated Loon (RTLO), but it was all the way at the back of the lake in wind-whipped water and I wasn’t certain of the ID. Interestingly I later found 4 RTLOs on Swartswood Lake (Sussex County) that were more easily studied. No Bonaparte’s Gulls were noticed, but again there were a few on Swartswood.

From Ken Hart:
More Eastern Meadowlarks and an American Kestrel at Black River and Lamington Roads in Bedminster today. Another Kestrel, Northern Flicker, and Black Vultures at the Robert Stahl Natural Area this afternoon in Bedminster.

Jamie Glydon reports a Horned Grebe in the ADP corporate pond on Hanover Road in Florham Park. Also, Florham Park Fields had 2 American Kestrels.

Wildcat Ridge Hawkwatch had 2 Osprey, 2 Bald Eagles and 5 Sharp-shinned Hawks today (HMANA report by Tom Gorman, et al).

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Glossy Ibis in Morris, Apr. 4, 2014

Glossy Ibis, Whippany, NJ, Apr. 4, 2014 (ID photo by Jamie Glydon in miserable weather conditions).

Glossy Ibis, Whippany, NJ, Apr. 4, 2014 (ID photo by Jamie Glydon in miserable weather conditions).


A Glossy Ibis was found at the north field of Birchwood Manor on Jefferson Road in Whippany early this evening by birder extraordinaire and soon-to-be-former Morris County resident Jamie “Say’s Phoebe” Glydon. Glossy Ibis is a species that may be reported once or twice a year in Morris County, if at all. This same field has had American Pipits, Eastern Meadowlarks, various sparrow species such as Vesper, Savannah and White-crowned in the past. The Glossy Ibis left before other birders arrived but was relocated later, assuming it is the same individual, at Lake Parsippany by Simon Lane. Currently in close proximity in the Parsippany area are the following:

  • Two Black-crowned Night-Herons at Jefferson Road Pond
  • Long-tailed Ducks, Red-breasted Mergansers and other waterfowl at Lake Parsippany
  • Common Loons at Boonton Reservoir and Lake Parsippany
  • White-winged Scoter, twice in the past week at Boonton Reservoir
  • A Glossy Ibis…somewhere.
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Long-tailed Ducks, Bonaparte’s Gulls, Red-headed Woodpeckers, Apr. 4, 2014

ID photo: Long-tailed Ducks, Lake Parsippany, NJ, Apr. 4, 2014 (photo by Jonathan Klizas).

ID photo: Long-tailed Ducks, Lake Parsippany, NJ, Apr. 4, 2014 (photo by Jonathan Klizas).

4 Long-tailed Ducks were found on a foggy Lake Parsippany this morning by Jennifer Books and her sister. The Oldsquaw remained into the afternoon, at least. Also present throughout the day were 13 Ruddy Ducks, 125 Common Mergansers, 2 Red-breasted Mergansers, 5 Ring-necked Ducks, 2 Bufflehead, 4 Pied-billed Grebes, 3 American Coots and 1 Common Loon (many observers).

3 Common Loons, one drake Common Goldeneye, approximately 25 Common Mergansers and 7 Bufflehead were at the north end of Boonton Reservoir. Weather conditions were dreary at best with misty rain and chilly temperatures. There were very few gulls at either Lake Parsippany or Boonton Reservoir (J. Klizas).

3 Bonaparte’s Gulls continued at Budd Lake this morning along with 35 Bufflehead, 45 Common Mergansers, 4 Common Loons and 5 Horned Grebes (Alan Boyd).

From Roger Johnson at Troy Meadows, Apr. 3, 2014:
Troy Meadows had the following:
11 Red-headed Woodpeckers, quite a drop from the Boonton Christmas Bird Count. [Editor's note: the link for the Boonton CBC totals is here.]
3 Great Egrets
1 Eastern Towhee
2 Fox Sparrows
4 Eastern Phoebes
2 Green-winged Teal
5 Wood Ducks
1 adult Red-Shouldered Hawk
1 2nd-year Bald Eagle

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Bonaparte’s Gulls at Budd Lake, Apr. 3, 2014

From Alan Boyd:
“This evening there were 5 Bonaparte’s Gulls on Budd Lake, too far out for a decent photo. There were also 4 Horned Grebes. Lake Musconetcong had 9 Horned Grebes but nothing else of note.”

2 Black-crowned Night-Herons continue at Jefferson Road Pond, Parsippany as eBirded by David Bernstein.

4 Lesser Scaup, an uncommon duck at the Great Swamp NWR, were seen from the Friends Blind at the Wildlife Observation Center on Long Hill Road, Harding Twp. Northern Pintail, Ring-necked Ducks, Green-winged Teal and the typical species of the Swamp were in attendance. A multitude of Spring Peepers and Wood Frogs were heard (J. Klizas).

Wild Turkeys are becoming more evident with growing numbers and displaying toms on River Road in Hillsborough Twp. and 8 in my neighbor’s yard this evening in Morris Township.

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Horned Grebes and more, Apr. 2, 2014

The Hunterdon County reservoirs had reports of numerous Horned Grebes earlier today. The western lakes of Morris also had a taste of the influx. Alan Boyd found the following Horned Grebes:

Also at Budd Lake were 30 Bufflehead, 80 Common Mergansers and 2 Common Loons. A Redhead continues at Lake Musconetcong. Lake Hopatcong has 2 Tundra Swans continuing at the south end of Liffy Island (Alan Boyd).

Interestingly, Boonton Reservoir and Lake Parsippany had no Horned Grebes. Boonton Reservoir has 9 Common Loons, a female White-winged Scoter, Green-winged Teal, a drake Northern Shoveler, Bufflehead, Ruddy Ducks and Common Mergansers. The island is bursting with activity with approximately 26 Great Blue Herons and 100 Double-crested Cormorants vying for nest sites. Can they co-exist? They seemed to last year although the number of Cormorants overwhelmed the Great Blue Herons (J. Klizas).

Pied-billed Grebe, Lake Parsippany, NJ, Apr. 2, 2014 (photo by Chuck Hantis).

Pied-billed Grebe, Lake Parsippany, NJ, Apr. 2, 2014 (photo by Chuck Hantis).

Lake Parsippany has a diminishing number of Common Mergansers, 130, and a Red-breasted Merganser. Also at the lake: 3 Pied-billed Grebes, 3 American Coot, Ring-necked Ducks and, as every lake in Morris County seems to have right now, a Common Loon.

A Cackling Goose was at North Branch Park, Bridgewater Twp. (Jeff Ellerbusch).

A Black-crowned Night-Heron spent the day at Green Brook Park on the North Plainfield side and was joined for a while by a Great Egret (Walter Blenderman).

The 2 Black-crowned Night-Herons of Jefferson Road Pond, Parsippany were viewed today on the east side of the pond (Tom Gorman, Chris Thomas).

Karen English eBirded a Blue-winged Teal at the Great Swamp NWR and also the first Palm Warbler of 2014 in either Morris or Somerset County. Thank you, Karen.

Jeff Ellerbusch had a “Look up in the sky. It’s a bird, it’s a duck, it’s a…a…a flock of Canvasbacks!” moment at Glenhurst Meadows this afternoon. Jeff also had the presence of mind to get a photo of these 13 going-away Aythya ducks (the heavily cropped photo is below). The photo confirmed what Jeff thought when he viewed them: Canvasbacks. This is an excellent record for Glenhurst and Somerset County.

Canvasback

From Ken Hart:
Two separate sightings around 5:30 pm of Eastern Meadowlarks. One in a field on the east side of Cedar Ridge Rd. in Bedminster, about a 1/4 mile south of Lamington Rd. The second in a field on the east side of Black River Rd about 1/8 mile north of Lamington Rd.

From Leslie Webster:
News from Loantaka Brook Reservation: two small groups of Eastern Phoebes were passing through in the tree tops, calling to each other this morning, as they travelled in a generally northerly direction. An additional Phoebe was singing near the brook in the woods, presumably setting up its usual territory. The Wood Ducks are in the woods, in pairs, and Belted Kingfishers are also patrolling the brook in the woods (setting up territories?), as well as at the pond. At Kitchell Pond, at least 10 Tree Swallows were feeding. There were no waterfowl to speak of and the Red-winged Blackbirds seem to have land distribution well in hand.

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Night-Herons and Waterfowl, Apr. 1, 2014

Black-crowned Night-Heron, Parsippany, NJ, Apr. 1, 2014 (photo by Chuck Hantis).

Black-crowned Night-Heron, Parsippany, NJ, Apr. 1, 2014 (photo by Chuck Hantis).

Black-crowned Night-Herons are moving into the area. Two adults are now at Jefferson Road Pond in Parsippany (Mike Ostrow). Another showed up today at the North Plainfield Somerset County side of Green Brook Park (Walter Blenderman).

The drake Eurasian Wigeon of Somerset County was seen at Duke Farms today in the Great Falls Lake and the reservoir (Thom Almendinger, Dan Morely).

American and Eurasian Wigeons, Duke Farms, Apr. 1, 2014 (photo by Dan Morely).

American and Eurasian Wigeons, Duke Farms, Apr. 1, 2014 (photo by Dan Morely).

Other ducks are in the news. Two species which are sparsely represented most seasons in Morris and Somerset Counties are still present. 9 Red-breasted Mergansers and 2 Greater Scaup were seen on the Raritan River via the Delaware and Raritan Canal Towpath (Jeff Ellerbusch). 4 Greater Scaup were a surprise at Lake Parsippany this afternoon as this species had not been reported for weeks in the county (J. Klizas).

Other species at Delaware and Raritan Canal Towpath are 23 Green-winged Teal, 18 Ring-necked Ducks, 17 Bufflehead, 16 Common Goldeneye and 19 Common Mergansers.

Lake Parsippany is less populated than a few days ago. 100 Common Mergansers were mostly congregated near the northwest section of the lake. This is down from the 500+ that were at the lake on Sunday. 2 Common Loons, 1 Pied-billed Grebe and a few Buffleheads and Ruddy Ducks were seen in a brief observation of the lake.

Boonton Reservoir had 200 Common Mergansers, most of which in a large group near the north end. Also present were 7 Common Loons (Julie Buechner). 3 Common Goldeneye were seen later (J. Klizas).

Budd Lake is thawing, at last. Alan Boyd’s eBird checklist includes 4 Common Loons, 30 Bufflehead and 65 Common Mergansers from the lake today.

Lake Musconetcong had 2 Gadwall, 5 American Wigeon, 3 Northern Pintail, 125 Ring-necked Ducks,3 Lesser Scaup, 45 Bufflehead, 3 Common Goldeneye, 60 Hooded Mergansers, 330 Common Mergansers, 1 Common Loon, 1 Pied-billed Grebe and 1 Horned Grebe (Alan Boyd).

Late in the day, 60 flyover Brant were tallied in Chatham Township (Simon Lane).

Wilson's Snipe, Great Swamp NWR, NJ, Apr. 1, 2014 (photo by Jim Mulvey).

Wilson’s Snipe, Great Swamp NWR, NJ, Apr. 1, 2014 (photo by Jim Mulvey).

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Black-crowned Night-Heron, Snowy Owl Recap, Mar. 31, 2014

Black-crowned Night-Heron in Parsipanny

Black-crowned Night-Heron, Parsipanny, NJ, Mar. 31, 2014 (photo by Jonathan Klizas).

Black-crowned Night-Heron, Parsipanny, NJ, Mar. 31, 2014 (photo by Jonathan Klizas).

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What is probably one of the earliest Black-crowned Night-Herons (BCNH) in recent memory for Morris County was found today at what is rapidly becoming the Night-Heron spot in the county: Jefferson Road Pond in Parsipanny. Julie Buechner found the adult BCNH on the west side of the pond this afternoon. Night-Herons are not easy species to find in either Morris or Somerset counties. In September and October of 2013, this location hosted two juvenile Yellow-crowned Night-Herons and one juvenile Black-crowned Night-Heron for over one month. An early arriving juvenile Great Cormorant joined the Night-Heron nursery for a short period last year as well. The pond is in a corporate park at the backside of the Sheraton Hotel and is near the intersections of I-80, I-287 and Rt. 46. This is a solid lesson in never letting any body of water go unexplored.

Eurasian Wigeon at Duke Farms

The Eurasian Wigeon drake frequenting Somerset County was seen again today at Duke Farms in Hillsborough Twp., this time at Great Falls Lake (Thom Almendinger). It was with a group of 12 American Wigeon. It is hard to predict where this duck will appear, although in the past two weeks, it is at either Finderne Wetlands or Duke Farms.

Snowy Owls in Morris and Somerset Counties

In this, the winter of the historic 2013-14 Snowy Owl irruption, most, but not all, reports are from coastal areas as illustrated by the screenshot of an eBird map below.
Snowy Owls in NJ 2013-14
There are two documented records for the mocosocoBirds region during the 2013-14 season, both confirmed sightings in eBird: one from Somerset and one from Morris. Other reports are second hand without any photographic or written documentation supporting them, as far as is known, and are therefore ignored in this brief survey.

The Somerset County Snowy Owl was a late afternoon discovery on Duke Farms on December 3, 2013 (Jeff Ellerbusch). The owl was photographed. It was never seen again.

Morris County had a Snowy Owl visit Van Every Cove at Lake Hopatcong this past Sunday, March 30. The owl perched for 45 minutes before departing and was photographed by a local resident. Those searching for it today were unsuccessful.

Snowy Owl, Lake Hopatcong, NJ, Mar. 30, 2014

Snowy Owl, Lake Hopatcong, NJ, Mar. 30, 2014

Other Field Notes

Tim Vogel reports 3 Pine Siskins today at Cedar Lake in Denville.

Somerset County’s first reported Northern Shovelers for 2014 were found at Glenhurst Meadows today. The drake seen by David Bernstein in the morning was joined later in the day by a hen (Jeff Ellerbusch). Jeff tallied 23 Fox Sparrows at Glenhurst Meadows along with 42 Green-winged Teal and 59 Ring-necked Ducks.

At least 3 Tundra Swans continue at the southern end of Liffy island at Lake Hopatcong (Alan Boyd).

From Margo D. Beller:
2:15 pm March 31. My husband and I to one of the lesser-known Morris County parks, the end of Reservoir Rd. on the old Greystone Property in Parsippany. The pools had finally unfrozen. Today the lower pool held 9 Ring-necked Ducks (8 of them males) and 3 pairs of Hooded Mergansers. As we did a lap around the pool a calling Raven flew over us. To see the upper pool you have to hike up the hill and it was as we first started walking we found our first Phoebe of the season. The upper pool seemed deserted, until our arrival spooked a pair of Canada Geese out of hiding, which in turn revealed 3 pairs of Wood Ducks. On our last visit on March 27, we saw 3 Red-tailed Hawks; today, the only raptors were Turkey Vultures. As we were leaving, two cars of high school students (looking more prep than Morristown HS), arrived and started hiking up the hill, so this park may not be as unknown as I had hoped.

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