Each day this week we’ll be posting photos from Mickey Raine spotlighting a variety of wildlife during his recent visits to the Meadowlands. Today we’ve got Forster’s Terns and Great Egrets from DeKorte Park. Check back tomorrow for more egrets and gulls from Mill Creek Marsh. Thanks Mickey!
Check out an exhibit on “Rare Wildlife Revealed” at the Hiram Blauvelt Art Museum In July. The show, which runs through July 30, features paintings by James Fiorentino and is presented in concert with the Conserve Wildlife Foundation. There’s a video on the exhibit here
For more info visit the museum website
BCAS President Don Torino had a great letter to the editor in yesterday’s Record. Words of wisdom to start your week:
As a person that leads local nature walks almost every weekend I can attest first hand to the wonderful positive effects being a part of nature and in nature has on everyone who just manages to spend a few hours a week walking our local parks and nature centers.
We are blessed to have great places like the Meadowlands, Teaneck Creek and many more oases that are close to home, sometimes in walking distance to many people who live in the most densely populated state.
We need to keep connected to and utilize our nature preserves so that we better understand how to protect them in the future and in doing so we can lead happier and healthier lives for ourselves, our families and for future generations.
Ray Duffy reports that the Caspian Tern seen last night at DeKorte is still here as of 9 am. at the shorebird pool.
We’ll start the morning with the last of our BCAS Tuesday DeKorte walk photos. Thanks to Joe Koscielny for all his great work! Our next walk is Sunday, June 4, at Harrier Meadow in North Arlington from 9 to 11 am. For more info contact email@example.com or call 201-230-4983
Tuesday’s BCAS DeKorte walk yielded a plethora of species. Thanks to Joe Koscielny for this awesome array! We’ll finish up with a final batch tomorrow morning.