Mill Creek Marsh: Eagle, plus

IMG_5093 Did a walk around part of Mill Creek Marsh this a.m. for about an hour this morning at low tide.

Highlight was a distant Bald Eagle and a bunch of Green-winged Teal — most of them feeding on a mudflat.

Yellow-rumps  and Ruby-crowned Kinglets still abound.

Full list follows.


Location:     Meadowlands IBA–Mill Creek Marsh

Observation date:     10/29/10

Notes:     Bald eagle was the highlight of this informal walk

Number of species:     22


Canada Goose    


American Wigeon    

American Black Duck    


Northern Shoveler    

Green-winged Teal    

Double-crested Cormorant

Great Blue Heron    

Bald Eagle    

Northern Harrier    

Greater Yellowlegs    

Lesser Yellowlegs    

Ring-billed Gull    

Mourning Dove     

Yellow-rumped Warbler    

Ruby-crowned Kinglet

Song Sparrow    

White-throated Sparrow    

White-crowned Sparrow    

Dark-eyed Junco (Slate-colored)    

House Sparrow    

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