Delicacies on the menu at DeKorte included crab and fish this afternoon. Thanks to Dennis Cheeseman for these great shots!
Join the Bergen County Audubon Society next Tuesday (Aug. 20) for a guided nature walk of Mill Creek Marsh in Secaucus. The Marsh Trail is an excellent place to observe birds and they’ll be looking for shorebirds, egrets and fall migrants.
The walk goes from 10 am to noon. For more info contact Don Torino at firstname.lastname@example.org or 201-230-4983.
Join us for a great day of bird walks and talks, live raptor visits, kid’s activities and more! To register click here Full schedule to come!
Thanks to Joe Koscielny for these great photos of Diamondback Terrapins and more taken during last week’s Bergen County Audubon Society Birding by Boat Trip. More fantastic shots from Joe to come later!
Thanks to Terry Doss for these great photos of Great Egrets starting their morning in DeKorte Park yesterday!
Thanks once more to Dee De Santis for these great photos taken on last week’s BCAS Birding By Boat tour with the NJSEA, including some birds not of the same feather sticking together!
Thanks to Dee De Santis for this incredible array of gulls and more taken during last week’s BCAS Birding By Boat trip. More from Dee later!
Thanks to NJspots for creating this awesome video from our pontoon boat ride on Tuesday! For more on NJspots, a group dedicated to visiting beautiful places around the state, click here It’s not too late to sign up for an NJSEA Pontoon Boat Ride. Check out the schedule and registration form here Trips fill up quick, so if you’re thinking about signing up, the sooner the better!
Nope, no crocs lurking about, just a cool pic by Dave McClure of what looks like one with some sandpipers resting on its “snout.” Thanks to Dave for these cool shots taken recently at Mill Creek Marsh and, in Dave’s words, an “ominous” DeKorte sunset captured in his side-view mirror at the AMVETS Carillon!
Thanks to Dennis Cheeseman for these great photos taken during this morning’s BCAS Birding by Boat Trip with the NJSEA!