The New Jersey Meadowlands Commission is hosting its annual Staff Art Exhibit now through Oct. 2 at the Flyway Gallery in the Meadowlands Environment Center.
This year’s show includes traditional and abstract landscape portraits and colorful photos of flowers, dragonflies and other plant and animal life captured throughout the Meadowlands District. (The above portrait is by the NJMC’s Lisa Cameron.)
Click "Continue reading …" for more information and larger images of many of the works on view.
Harrier Meadow in North Arlington is a 70-acre wetlands mitigation site restored by the NJ Meadowlands Commission.
Once a year, for the Meadowlands Festival of Birding (Sept. 13 and 14), the site is open to the public.
Here’s a sneak preview, with an interview with NJMC naturalist Michael Newhouse.
Click here for a previous post on Harrier Meadow, with information on plans for guided tours that you can sign up for.
Eleven starlings decided to get a better view of the Erie Landfill in North Arlington but one was still on the fence.