Composer Diane Moser has been recording sounds in the Meadowlands as part of one of her innovative music programs.
She writes: “I finally wrote some descriptions on the sounds I collected. I think the one that would interest your readers the most would be the one entitled ‘Marsh Sounds’… There is a bird on there that I haven’t been able to identify.
“It might be fun to put this on your blog and ask your readers to comment and identify the various bird songs.
“They won’t be able to comment on soundcloud unless they already have a soundcloud account, so they might comment on this blog about the sounds instead.”
The link is here.
More of Moser’s Meadowlands recordings can be found here.
Moser’s website is here.
Our next free guided walk is this Sunday from 10 a.m. to noon in DeKorte Park, featuring the legendary Edith Wallace, botanist extraordinaire.
Full info follows.
We swear there must be some sort of avian travel agency that is steering so many species of birds to Disposal Road year-round.
To protect Snapping Turtle eggs from raccoons and skunks, the MEC built this little exclosure in DeKorte Park.
Are baby Snapping Turtles part of a teachable moment down the road?
Roy Woodford sent in these recent images of DeKorte Park flycatchers.
Can you ID them? (Thanks, Roy!)