This is the Voice of NJ Audubon for Wed., Dec. 11 with reports
of BELL'S VIREO, N. FULMAR, PUFFIN and other alcids, GREATER WHITE-
FRONTED GOOSE, HARLEQUIN, LITTLE GULL, ARCTIC TERN, and local
The BELL'S VIREO in Cape May was re-found on Dec. 8 (Sun.) at the
south end of the first field in Hidden Valley. Call the CMBO
hotline for updates.
A pelagic off Brielle 40 miles on Dec. 7 had 105 NORTHERN
FULMAR, 2 ATLANTIC PUFFIN, 6 DOVEKIE and 6 RAZORBILL, and a
LINCOLN'S SPARROW on board!
Two GREATER WHITE-FRONTED GEESE were reported this week: the first,
a belated report of one at Island Road, Columbus; the second, on
Dec. 8 at Lake Manalapan in Thompson Park in Jamesburg (Middlesex
A possible ARCTIC TERN was reported at Barnegat Inlet by various
observers from Nov. 30 to Dec. 7. Also at Barnegat Inlet,
HARLEQUINS and COM. EIDER have been on both sides of the inlet.
A LITTLE GULL was reported in Manasquan Inlet on Dec. 4.
LESSER BLACK-BACKED GULLS were recently reported on the Columbus
Sod Farms (2) and also on Westfield Rd. in Moorestown, all
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