This is the voice of New Jersey Audubon for Wednesday, June 16,
with reports of YELLOW-CROWNED NIGHT-HERON, BALD EAGLE, nesting
WARBLERS and reports of mostly local interest.
YELLOW-CROWNED NIGHT-HERON was seen at Liberty State Park to the
left of the Visitor Center in the marsh June 13. A pair nested
in Schmidt's Woods in Secaucus near Mill Creek, and a third
nested in Allendale near the Celery Farm.
BALD EAGLE was seen at Round Valley Reservoir June 13.
GOLDEN-WINGED WARBLERS continue on Van Orden and Paradise roads
off Clinton Road in West Milford. BARRED OWLS are vocal at P-5
on Clinton Road. KENTUCKY and HOODED WARBLERS continue at the
Cross Estate behind Scherman Hoffman in Bernardsville near
Patriots Path sign not far from the parking lot.
CERULEAN WARBLERS are common and vocal along Old Mine Road from
Worthington State Forest to Watergate; also on the road are
PARULAS, HOODED WARBLERS, BLACKBURNIAN, PINE WARBLERS, PRAIRIE and CHESTNUT-SIDED
WARBLERS, ACADIAN and LEAST FLYCATCHERS; numerous
YELLOW-THROATED VIREOS and WARBLING VIREOS; COMMON MERGANSERS and
No other reports were received this week as of tape time.
The Voice of New Jersey Audubon is a weekly report on birding in
NJ. To report, please call 908-766-5787 or fax 908-766-7775.
Rarities should be reported also to the BIRD BOX at 908-647-2357.
Good birding and thanks for calling.