This week’s South Bergenite has a great article by editor Jaimie Julia Winters about the rebounding of the Osprey in the meadowlands. Read it here.
Don’t forget to follow Jim Wright’s weekly posts about the eaglets at Duke Farms in Hillsborough.
Read it at https://dukefarms.wordpress.com/
“Since the 1900s, bobolink populations in the northeast have been declining- with a 75% decrease occurring in the past 40 years according to the Breeding Bird Survey. Bobolinks are a grassland bird and a ground nester. The loss of North American grasslands and modern farming practices, that call for the harvest of the hayfields during nesting season, have led to their waning numbers. But creating No-Mow zones, like those at Overpeck County Park, is one way that we in suburban New Jersey can help.”
This according to DonTorino, whose column Don’s Jersey Birding appears weekly in Wild New Jersey. Read the full article here.