The only storm related bird of note today in the mocosocoBirds region is a Bonaparte’s Gull at Lake Musconetcong (Alan Boyd). This is a rare find for this time of the year at an inland location. In fact, the eBird Range Map applet shows none for inland New Jersey in the month of June of any year. The closest is a record from Saw Mill Creek in the New Jersey Meadowlands…today, June 1, 2015.
Other Field Notes
A private residence in Bernardsville has a continuing male and female Pine Siskin.
Horned Larks are in Hillsborough and Montgomery Townships with singletons found on a farmfield on River Rd., Hillsborough, Opie Road and at Selody Sod Farm in Montgomery Twp. (Jeff Ellerbusch).
An interesting find today was a flyover Gadwall at Negri-Nepote Native Grassland Preserve (Megan Crewe via eBird).
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