Thinking of visiting DeKorte Park or nearby Disposal Road this weekend?
To see what’s being reported at DeKorte on eBird Hotspot Explorer, click here.
To see what’s being reported along Disposal Road on eBird Hotspot Explorer, click here.
The lavishly illustrated e-book, sponsored by the New Jersey Meadowlands Commission and Conserve Wildlife Foundation of New Jersey, features chapters by raptor expert Scott Weidensaul, Kathy Clark of the N.J. Endangered and Nongame Species Program, and the American Eagle Foundation.
The full-color book also showcases images by 19 nature photographers and five illustrators.
Contributing photographers: Louis Balboa, Jerry Barrack, Al Barrera, Jana Brusich, Dave Chanda of N.J. Division of Fish and Wildlife, Kathy Clark of N.J. ENSP, Greg Gard, Mike Girone, Muhammad Faizan, Alice Leurck, Bill Menzel, Greg Miller, Doug Morel, Fred Nisenholz, Allan Sanford, Ron Shields, Mick Valent of N.J. ENSP, Roy Woodford and the NJMC’s Jim Wright.
Read the free e-book on your computer.
To turn the pages of the e-book, click the lower right-hand corner.
Read or download the free e-book on your tablet.
Purchase a hard cover or soft cover print-on-demand copy of the book at cost.
Note: Due to the nature of on-demand printing, these books can be a tad expensive.
Yep. This is Day 75 of DeKorte Park held hostage by George the far-out American White Pelican. Seen today in the usual distant spot.
Tank Matraxia of Lyndhurst stopped by the Environment Center the other day with snapshots a friend had taken of a bird in his backyard — he had never seen one with white on the wings like this before, and wanted to know if we could ID it.
We told him our answer. What do you think it is?
The Meadowlands Commission would like to thank a whole lot of people for making Wednesday night’s launch event for “Bald Eagles in the Meadowlands & Beyond” such a success, beginning with Kathy Clark of New Jersey’s Endangered and Nongame Species Program, Conserve Wildlife Foundation’s David Wheeler, and all the awesome photographers who contributed their work for the book.
We’d also like to thank Bergen County Audubon Society for sponsoring the event, and everyone who attended.