Voice of New Jersey Audubon - 6/11/1992
This is the Voice of New Jersey Audubon for Thursday, June 11, 1992 at 5 PM with reports of Anhinga, Scissor-tailed Flycatchers, Mississippi Kite, Brown Pelican, Avocet, seasonal reports and local reports of interest. An Anhinga was at Rogers Wildlife Refuge next to the Institute Woods in Princeton on June 7, no reports since. Two Scissor-tailed Flycatchers were one-day-only on June 9 near the ferry in Cape May. Four Mississippi Kites were also in Cape May on June 10. Lesser Black-backed Gulls were daily on the dredge ponds on the south side of the canal in Cape May. Up to 14 Avocets were at Brigantine NWR last week, none were reported this week to the tape. In Great Swamp, Virginia Rails were seen June 9 in the Wilderness Area, at the southern end of the Blue Trail. In Stokes State Forest on June 7, Turkeys were on Ridge Rd., and Golden-winged Warbler was at the intersection of Deckertown Pike and Sawmill Rd. On Rt. 515 in Sussex County, in the upper or third spruce grove, there are 6 Blackburnian Warblers, 4 Golden-crowned Kinglets, 2 Red-breasted Nuthatches, 2 Brown Creepers, 2 Black-throated Green Warblers, 1 Magnolia Warbler, and also a Yellow-rumped Warbler. On Paradise Rd. on the powerline cut off Rt. 23, both Golden-winged and "Brewster's" Warblers are present. Black-throated Blue Warbler and Hermit Thrush are on Clinton Rd., and also on Cherry Ridge Rd. in the Pequannock Watershed. Golden-winged as well as Black-throated Blue Warblers are in Wawayanda State Park on the Double Pond Trail and the Cedar Swamp Trail area. Three Brown Pelicans were at Manasquan Inlet on June 7. The Voice of NJ Audubon [(908) 766-2661] is a regular weekly report on birding in New Jersey. The tape is changed regularly on Wednesdays, more often when necessary. [Compiled by R. Kane, NJ Audubon; transcribed for National Birding Hotline Cooperative by L. Larson, llarson@ pucc.princeton.edu.] To report birds to the tape, call (908) 766-5787, or fax (908) 766-7775. For updates between tapes call the NJ Audubon Bird Mailbox, (201) 983-9152. Good birding, and thank you for calling.

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