The water levels in the Shorebird are very low, and we have been getting incredible birds (like the Glossy Ibis among egrets, above) that we would love to share – though we fear the celebrated Northern Wheatear has hit the avian highway.
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Meet in the first parking lot. Just bring binoculars, bug spray and perhaps sunblock. No need to RSVP. It’s rain or shine; lightning cancels. (This is boilerplate.)
It’s 90–minute walk, but a few of us may continue to bird as time allows.
For more information on the current DeKorte birds, go to the Meadowlands Commission’s nature blog, meadowblog.net.
A special thanks to Don Torino of BCAS for making this happen!
E-mail Jim Wright at this address – you can call my cellphone 201-785-6604 before 5 p.m. Friday or after 6:30 a.m. Saturday – but only if you absolutely have to.
Click here to download directions: Download DeKorte Map and Guide notes
Hope to see you – if not, have a great weekend.