World Series of Birding: Great Results, Great Article

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The Record has a terrific story about the Meadowlands Marsh Hawks' World Series run in today's editions.

Blog header2 copyThe link is here, but as of 7:30 a.m. on Sunday the online version did not have any of the nifty photos featured in the print edition — a shot of the team's four mainstays birding on the Hackensack River, or shots of a Great Egret and a Yellow-crowned Night Heron.

We have learned the results of the World Series, and our 127 species earned us second place in our division, one percentage point behind the winning team. Not bad for our first time out. The results are here (just click on "results").

We will try to post the full list this week — we saw some big-time birds.

2 thoughts on “World Series of Birding: Great Results, Great Article

  1. julie

    Congratulations, Marsh Hawks! I wish I’d managed half that many birds yesterday. 🙂 I hope you all got plenty of rest today.

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  2. Mike G.

    Did you see the photo that accompanied the article? It’s a terribly cropped photo of an egret, with its head and its feet not even in the picture. Of all the photos they could have posted, that’s the one the editor picked. :p

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