Roy Woodford writes:
Spring has really sprung at DeKorte … what a fantastic weekend.
The Kingsland Overlook Trail has been overrun by Yellow-rumped Warblers, Palm Warblers, and Ruby-crowned Kinglets.
I wish I had another camera with me … one of the Kinglets decided to land on my lens hood. I had to keep backing up … they were flying toward me more often than not.
I even managed to convince the Blue-gray Gnatcatcher to sit still for about 1.5 seconds.
It just doesn't get much better than this. (Thanks, Roy!)
More pix follow. Posting Allan Sanford's photos tomorrow.
Celebrate the end of income-tax-filing season with this Harrier Meadow spring bird walk in North Arlington on Tuesday, Apr. 16.
We’ll walk around the 70-acre natural area, which is normally closed to the public, and look for Ospreys, early warblers, herons, egrets, shorebirds and a snipe or two.
The tide should be out, so the mud flats should have good birds.
The walk starts at 10 a.m. — please park inside the Harrier Meadow gate as a result of PSE&G activity…
Full listing follows.
Photo by Tyson Trish/Record Staff Photographer
The Record's Mary Jo Layton wrote a dandy story in Monday's editions about the Meadowlands Commission's Earth Day event at the Ridgewood Library, featuring Governor Kean.
The link is here.
Today's featured photographer is Ada Baisre.
I am a physician and work as a Neuropathologist at New Jersey Medical School/University Hospital.
I used to live in Kearny and moved to Manhattan in 2005 but I have visited DeKorte Park at least once a month for the past seven years.
I love the different seasons and the different flaura and fauna that it brings to Lyndhurst.
Photography is my hobby and I post most of my pics in Facebook and some in Flickr."
You can see more of Ada's work here. Two more of her photos follow. (Thanks, Ada!)