This is the voice of NJ Audubon for Wednesday, June 1 with reports of SWAINSON'S WARBLER, RAVENS, BLACK TERN, pelagics, and local reports.
The SWAINSON'S WARBLER continues in Cape May. The RAVENS continue at the nest on the microwave tower near the entrance to High Point State Park on Rt. 23. Park on the northbound side in the entrance road of the State Park. The birds are on the tower south of Rt. 23 behind the park office on the right of the two towers.
The Miss Barnegat Light pelagic trip, 91 miles off Barnegat on May 28, produced LEACH'S STORM PETRELS and WILSON'S STORM PETRELS, CORY'S SHEARWATERS, GREATER SHEARWATERS, and SOOTY SHEARWATERS, RED PHALAROPE, COMMON TERNS, ARCTIC TERNS, GANNET, POMARINE JAEGER, FIN WHALES and PILOT WHALES, a possible Sperm Whale identified by spout, and Blue Shark.
Three BLACK TERNS were at the end of Barnegat jetty on May 27. VEERIES have been found south of Great Adventure in the barrens. BLUE GROSBEAKS are on Old Noah Hunt Rd. in Upper Freehold Twp. GRASSHOPPER SPARROWS are at the Mercer Corporate park near Allentown on Rt. 526. A CERULEAN WARBLER was at Woodfield Reservation near Princeton on May 30.
GOLDEN-WINGED WARBLERS are in Kuser Bog, High Point State Park, along with NASHVILLE, BLACKBURNIAN, CANADA WARBLERS, NORTHERN WATERTHRUSH, and SOLITARY VIREO. GOLDEN-WINGS are also at Swenson's Meadow near Sunrise Mountain Road where there is also WOODCOCK. GOLDEN-WINGS are also at Sawmill Road near the ACADIAN FLYCATCHER and CERULEAN WARBLER at the little bridge by the Hemlock glen, the only one on Sawmill Road. and LEAST FLYCATCHER, and the other usual warblers are also on Sawmill. WILD TURKEY is daily at the Hoffman feeders, Bernardsville.
The Voice of NJ Audubon [(908) 766-2661] is a regular weekly report on birding in New Jersey, sponsored by the NJ Audubon Society. The tape is changed usually on Wednesdays around noon, more often when necessary. [Compiled by R. Kane, NJ Audubon; transcribed for National Birding Hotline Cooperative by L. Larson, email@example.com.] To report birds to the tape, call (908) 766-5787, or fax (908) 766-7775. Good birding, good World Series, and thank you for calling.