This is the voice of NJ Audubon for Thursday, Dec. 28, 1995,with reports
of BALD and GOLDEN EAGLES, GOSHAWKS, NORTHERN SHRIKE, COMMON REDPOLLS,
LAPLAND LONGSPUR, ROUGH-LEGGED HAWK, EVENING GROSBEAK, RED-SHOULDERED
HAWK, YELLOW-HEADED BLACKBIRD and PEREGRINE FALCON.
At the Great Swamp, Pleasant Plains Rd., a dark-phase ROUGH-LEGGED HAWK
and an immature GOLDEN EAGLE put on a show. On December 23, an adult
NORTHERN GOSHAWK reported on the east side of Long Hill Road. The Great
Swamp NORTHERN SHRIKE has been hit or miss this week.
Clyde Potts reservoir in Mendham hosted a BALD EAGLE on December 25.
Sandy Hook on December 24 and 25 had SNOW BUNTINGS and several HORNED
LARKS. Also on December 24 at the Navesink River Bridge, GREATER SCAUP,
CANVASBACK and RUDDY DUCKS.
Liberty State Park on December 25 had PEREGRINE FALCON, NORTHERN HARRIER,
15 SNOW BUNTINGS, CANVASBACK, GREATER SCAUP, LESSER SCAUP, RED-BREASTED
MERGANSER, GADWALL, BUFFLEHEAD, EARED GREBES, 1 CORMORANT, RUDDY DUCKS, 2
BLACK-CROWNED NIGHT HERONS and 1 GREAT BLUE HERON.
Rte. 517 in Allamuchy on December 26 had 1 LAPLAND LONGSPUR, several
HORNED LARKS. Also on the 26th in Chester on Springdale Rd were 20
EVENING GROSBEAKS and 10 COMMON REDPOLLS. Manasquan Reservoir hosted an
immature BALD EAGLE on December 28.
A RED-SHOULDERED HAWK was reported on Pleasant Hill Rd. in Far Hills. A
NORTHERN GOSHAWK was reported at the Pingry School and a NORTHERN SHRIKE
at Lyons. A PEREGRINE FALCON was reported in Edison.
BLACK VULTURE were reported in Clinton over Route 31 and at the
Bernardville roost. The Bernardsville roost is mostly across the street
from Ludlow Heat and Air in Claremont Rd this year.
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birding in New Jersey. The tape is changed regularly on Wednesdays,
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