Here’s the rest of Joe Koscielny’s awesome photos taken on Sunday at the BCAS nature walk at DeKorte Park. Thanks Joe!
There’s an interesting article in today’s Record about State agriculture officials using the invasive Asian beetles known as weevils to help battle another invasive species, the mile-a-minute vine that has overrun natural areas, killing native trees and shrubs. The story reports that weevils have been released to consume mile-a-minute in Meadowlands areas including Losen Slote Creek Park in Little Ferry and Mill Creek Marsh in Secaucus.
Thanks to Joe Koscielny of BCAS for sending these great photos from Sunday’s DeKorte Park walk, where 30 species of birds, butterflies and moths were sighted. We’ll have a second batch in a little bit. Don’t miss our next free walk: Tuesday, Aug. 16, at Mill Creek Marsh in Secaucus from 10 am to noon.