Godwit can be seen as a speck above; was on the left-hand side of the right-most island.
Let’s hope it’s there again Tuesday.
Chris Takacs relayed Allan Sanford’s text that the Marbled Godwit is currently on the little sandbar island visible from the walkway by the Shorebird Pool. Got that?
(Thanks, Chris and Allan!)
Thanks again to the 14 brave souls who participated in our First Sunday Walk at DeKorte Park. The weather was on the dreary side, but had quite a few nifty birds (plus a Bald Eagle on Disposal Road that did not stick around for our walk).
(Thanks to Don Torino, Mary Kostus and Marie Longo for their help on the walk, and with the list that follows!)
Mike Wolfe pointed us in the direction of the OC Warbler on the Kingsland Overlook Trail this morning.
We saw the bird, as per Mike’s directions, at the beginning of the first opening to the left of the steps leading up from the Environment Center. It was on the right-hand side, in about five feet. (Thanks, Mike!)
Ron Shields stopped by the Bald Eagle nest late last month and managed to get photos of the Alice near the nest, and Al eating a fish. In the one close-up, you can see Alice’s antenna. (Thanks, Ron!)
Don’t miss Ron’s talk at the Meadowlands Environment Center on Wednesday, Jan. 14, at 2 p.m.