Julie McCall reports: "Spent a few hours around DeKorte and Disposal Road Sunday, reaping the rewards of a new pair of binoculars. I didn't get the shrike but Disposal Road brought me Northern Harriers, Red-tailed Hawks, Northern Mockingbird, White-throated Sparrows, Song Sparrows, Downy Woodpecker.
"DeKorte had Mallards, Gadwall, Canada Geese, White-throated Sparrows, American Robin, American Goldfinch, Northern Harrier, Downy Woodpecker…
"The biggest bird of the day: adult Bald Eagle over the turnpike, circling for a few minutes then heading off toward Secaucus…"
"The smallest bird of the day: a Ruby-crowned Kinglet foraging in the shrubs in the Lyndhurst Nature Reserve." (Thanks, Julie!)