Pete Bacinski of NJ Audubon's Sandy Hook Bird Observatory writes:
"A friend of ours here at SHBO was birding by herself yesterday near DeKorte and encountered a Wheatear. The bird was seen on the dike that separates the Kingland inpoundment and the large tidal flat.
"She had taken the recycled boardwalk across the marsh and got to the dike and made a right toward the parking lot and had the bird in a short distance in front of her. She gave a good description and described its habits. Hopefully, someone could go out today to take a look. Please let us know if you find the bird."
Please call the NJMC's Jim Wright at 201-7855-6604 if you see this bird.