This is the Voice of NJ Audubon for Tue July 11 with reports of
AVOCET, WILSON'S STORM-PETREL, BROWN PELICAN, WHIMBREL, SURF SCOTER,
GULL-BILLED TERN and seasonal and local reports.
An AVOCET was at Brig July 10.
BROWN PELICANS were reported this week at Cape May 2nd Ave; at 8th
Street jetty in Avalon; at Mantoloking; at Barnegat Light, and at the
Rte. 35 bridge in Brielle.
WILSON'S STORM-PETRELS were seen this week from the Cape May ferry on
both the Cape May and Lewes sides. An adult male SURF SCOTER was seen
at the Cape May ferry terminal July 5.
GULL-BILLED TERNS were seen at South Cape May Meadows July 5.
Two WHIMBREL were seen at Island Beach from the Spizzle Creek blind;
also a male harrier.
GRASSHOPPER SPARROW is at the Mercer Corporate Park on 526 outside of
The famous white mulberry tree at Assunpink near the dam had all the
usual suspects July 8: BLUE GROSBEAK, ORCHARD ORIOLE, CEDAR WAXWINGS
in numbers, and an unexpected SUMMER TANAGER.
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