The impoundment next to the Meadowlands Environment Center at DeKorte Park Plaza in Lyndhurst is a great spot to watch egrets — especially when water levels are low.
But when the impoundment fills with water, the egrets have had no place to perch — until now.
Last week, NJMC naturalists imported several sturdy branches and sunk them into the mud, in hopes they will attract egrets?
The question now is, how will the egrets respond?
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