Bergen County Audubon Society members Don Torino and Regina Coyle spent part of last Thursday putting in 30 native plants at Coyle Park in Little Ferry. If you’re wondering, yes, the park is named after Regina, in honor of her selfless efforts in helping people affected by Superstorm Sandy.
The plants will attract butterflies and pollinators and bloom throughout the summer. Coyle Park is located behind Memorial Middle School. Kudos to Regina, Don and the BCAS!
Here’s the latest photo of the Red-throated Loon, photogrphaphed yesterday evening at DeKorte from the Marsh Discovery Trail. Thanks to Ron Shields!
Congratulations to the Meadowlands Marsh Hawks team, which took first place in the World Series of Birding Limited Geographic Area category for Bergen County! The team saw and heard 136 species during the 24 hour period from midnight May 6 to midnight May 7.
Check out a great article in yesterday’s Record here and accompanying video here
The team consisted of former Meadowlands Commission Naturalist Mike Newhouse, Chris Takacs,Mike Wolfe, and Zachary Batren.
Newhouse said :Overall, the best species of the day were found in the Meadowlands. We had red-throated loon, boat-tailed grackle, ring-necked duck, caspian tern, and saltmarsh sparrow.