Better later than never, wanted to post a report of Brants by Laurel Hill in Secaucus on Monday, courtesy of Ramon Gomez, for folks who need them for their year list, their county, list, their Meadowlands list — or folks who just want to see 'em.
Ray Duffy reports: "I got a Vesper Sparrow on the east side of the retention pond last night around 6 p.m. Obvious eye ring, and I got a glimpse of the white on the tail as it took off.
"Lots of sparrows in the area, I think the White-Crowned Sparrows were singing a bit, too."(Thanks, Ray!)
Adriana Rambay Fernandez of the Hudson Reporter wrote a nifty story about our new book.
The link is here.
Highlights from yesterday's Losen Slote Park walk in Little Ferry included a Bald Eagle, Red-breasted Nuthatch and some awesome thrushes. Also saw this Green Darner warming itself (above).
Will post full list later this week. A big thanks to all the wonderful folks on the walk — more than two down total…