The needle in a haystack. Flushed around 4:45PM at the Kearny Marsh, the teal flew toward the NJ Turnpike and Laurel Hill.
Photo above for documentary purposes.
Several folks checked several locales inside the park and nearby, with no luck.
If you see it (or photograph it), holler!
Dennis Cheeseman supplied the photo and question, from Mill Creek Marsh this week.
The very rare (for the East Coast) Cinnamon Teal first seen last Friday morning by the NJMC’s Naturalist Emeritus Don Smith on DeKorte Park’s Saw Mill Creek mudflats was found again by us Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 p.m. on another ebbing tide.
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Nick Vos Wein reports:
Saw it this morning in the trees near the back parking lot, near Transco/LNR intersection.
(Thanks, Nick. Pic of DeKorte YB Cuckoo is here.)