Cape May Rare Bird Alert - 3/8/2001
You have reached the Cape May Birding Hotline, a service of New Jersey Audubon Society's Cape May Bird Observatory. Highlights for the week ending March 8 include: COMMON EIDER, other bird news, and news of CMBO.

A COMMON EIDER was at Stone Harbor Point on March 3.

Other highlights this week included: three VESPER SPARROWS at the Beanery on March 3, 60 BONAPARTE'S GULLS at Reed's Beach on the 4th, NELSON'S SHARP-TAILED SPARROW at Turkey Point on the 7th, GOLDEN EAGLE at Jake's Landing on the 7th, and PALM WARBLER along Steven's Street on the 8th.

The Cape May Bird Observatory has daily walks, requiring no pre-registration, and many special field trips and programs that do. To receive a copy of our Program Schedule, stop our centers, or call 609-861-0700, or go to New Jersey Audubon's WEB SITE at http://www.njaudubon.org

The Cape May Bird Observatory is a research and education unit of the New Jersey Audubon Society. Our aim is to perpetuate and preserve the ornithological significance of Cape May. Your membership supports these goals and this hotline. The Cape May Birding Hotline is a service of New Jersey Audubon's Cape May Bird Observatory and details sightings from Cape May, Cumberland, and Atlantic Counties and near shore waters. Updates are made on Thursday evenings. Please report sightings of rare or unusual birds to CMBO at 609?884?2736. Thanks for calling and GOOD BIRDING!

*Documentation of Review List species goes to NJBRC at 91 Sycamore Lane, Skillman 08558

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