Thanks to Dave McClure for these cool photos of a Tufted titmouse taken during the BCAS walk at Schmidt’s Woods in Secaucus yesterday. Also included is a Song Sparrow Dave photographed at DeKorte Park.
Thanks once more to Joe Koscielny for his fanastic images from Saturday’s BCAS walk in DeKorte!
Thanks to Joe Koscielny for this awesome array of photos taken during Saturday’s DeKorte Park walk. We’ll have more from Joe later to close out the day!
Many thanks to Dee De Santis for this fantastic series of photos taken during Saturday’s BCAS walk at DeKorte Park! We’ll have more photos from the walk later.
Join the Bergen County Audubon Society tomorrow (March 19) on a walk through Schmidt’s Woods in Secaucus, a gem of a natural area, as they look for wintering birds, waterfowl and raptors. The walk runs from 10 am to noon. Schmidt’s Woods is located on Millridge Road in Secaucus. For more information, contact Don Torino or call 201-230-4983.
Check out these neat photos of waterfowl that Dennis Cheeseman took at DeKorte Park just a little while ago. Thanks Dennis!
Please excuse the error. Tomorrow’s (Marcy 19) BCAS Walk will take place at Schmitts Woods in Secaucus, not Harrier Meadow. The walk is from 10 am to noon. Information: Don Torino at firstname.lastname@example.org or 201-230-4983
Join the Bergen County Audubon Society for a great series of nature walks in the Meadowlands! On Saturday, March 16, they’ll be at DeKorte Park in Lyndhurst hosting the Wyncote Audubon Society from Pennsylvania. Then it’s on to Mill Creek Marsh in Secaucus on Sunday, March 17. On Tuesday, March 19, join the BCAS at Schmidts Woods in Secaucus.
The free walks run from 10 am to noon and they’ll be looking for waterfowl, raptors. and more.
For more information contact Don Torino at email@example.com or 201-230-4983.
Tree Swallows, those adorable harbingers of spring in the Meadowlands, have returned to DeKorte Park! Many thanks to Dennis Cheeseman, who spotted this guy earlier today, his first Tree Swallow photo of 2019! We look forward to many more Tree Swallow shots in the weeks to come.