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Reminder: BCAS Walk at Mill Creek Marsh Tomorrow (Tuesday Sept. 15)!

Snowy Egret at Mill Creek Marsh

Join the Bergen County Audubon Society tomorrow (Tuesday Sept. 15) for a guided walk at Mill Creek Marsh in Secaucus from 9 to 11 a.m. Mill Creek is a wonderful spot for bird watching and they’ll be looking for shorebirds, raptors and waterfowl.

Information: Don Torino at or 201-230-4983.

Spike Is Home!

Spike the baby Yellow-crowned Night Heron was picked up from the Raptor Trust and released into the Anderson Creek Marsh in Secaucus yesterday by Chris Takacs with big assists to the NJSEA’s Angelo Urato and Gaby Bennett-Meany.

Chris writes that Spike was blown out of a tree in Secaucus during the recent tropical storm and was brought to the Raptor Trust to be raised until yesterday’s release. Thanks Chris, Angelo and Gaby!

Birding for Beginners Talks and Walks at DeKorte Park This Coming Sunday, Sept. 13. Register Now!

The Bergen County Audubon Society is pleased to present a day of Birding for Beginners Talks and Walks on Sunday, Sept. 13 at DeKorte Park in Lyndhurst. The event runs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The day is the perfect opportunity for those who are interested in birding but aren’t quite sure how to start.

Schedule: Talks will be at 10:00 am and 11:30 am with walks following immediately after. The talks and walks are free. There is a 60 person capacity for each talk/walk. Click here to register.

The talks will focus on everything you need to know to start your birding adventures. Discussion topics include What Is Birding? How to Better ID Birds, Birding Optics, Field Guides, and more. Following the talks, BCAS members will give a guided walk of the park, a premier spot for great birding.

Talks are outdoors and face coverings are required when social distancing is not practical. There will be no access to buildings. Restroom facilities are unavailable.

For more information or questions email and