We had one of our best guided walks ever yesterday, with 51 of us enjoying nature's pleasures in Harrier Meadow in North Arlington. The species count was 40 — beginning with an American Kestrel at the start of the walk to three Bald Eagles at the end.
The weather was operfect and the group could not have been more congenial.
The free walk was sponsored by the Bergen County Audubon Society and the New Jersey Meadowlands Commission.
We will post a full list and highlights — and a separate post on one of the Bald Eagles — in the next couple of days. Thanks to all who participated!
This was our first bird walk at Harrier Meadow and with the Bergen County Audubon Society and we couldn’t have asked for more! Everyone was so nice and unbelievably helpful to us less experienced bird watchers. A great group and I can’t wait for another walk! Thank you so much!