Nine of us visited Laurel Hill in Secaucus for today's Third-Tuesday walk, a change of venue because of hurricane damage elsewhere.
Highlights included a pair of Common Ravens — one of which stopped by the old nesting site for a brief visit (above).
As Ray Duffy had e-mailed us earlier, much of the old nest was washed away by Hurricane Sandy. It was good to see the ravens at the nest again — they did not nest there in 2012.
Other highlights included a Great Cormorant on the swing bridge, and brief encounter between two Red-tails and the two ravens.
We'll post the full list and more ravens pix on Friday.