The next few days bring a push of migrants into the north central region of New Jersey according to the weather forecast. The bird migration radar screenshot above is from early Wednesday morning. As this post is composed late Wednesday night, the radar looks promising again for Thursday. You can view the national migration radar here. The blooms represent birds and other night flying creatures. Interpret it as you wish.
The Washington Valley section of Morris Twp. had a noticeable influx of birds this morning, including numerous Baltimore Orioles, Scarlet Tanagers, a pair of White-eyed Vireos and an assortment of warblers.
Robert Gallucci, et al, report a Cerulean Warbler at Glenhurst Meadows as well as other warbler species. Rob’s photo is below. Click on the photo for a larger image.
Later, also at Glenhurst Meadows, Mike Newlon reports: “the coyote family lit up in response to a siren. Also saw a Ribbon snake. 11 species of butterflies including a single Monarch and Viceroy.”
A Tennessee Warbler along with ten other warbler species were observed this morning at Chimney Rock (Jeff Ellerbusch).
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