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2007 World Series of Birding Scouting Notes

Coordinated by the Delaware Valley Ornithological Club (DVOC)
Nikon / DVOC Lagerhead Shrikes

Central New Jersey

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DeLorme Page Numbers 40 - 58

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Color Key....
Red - on or after Wednesday May 9 (within 3 days)
Brown - between Wednesday May 2 and Tuesday May 8 (inclusive)
Green - on or before Tuesday May 1

 

DeLorme Map #28

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Garrison Road (Harmony)

5/2 On Garrison Road a kestrel flew off the very first box as I drove up in the car - that's the box you reach first, with the pullout into the field on the right side of the road, in the vicinity of all the communication towers. The bird flew across the road and seemed to fly into the trees, or somewhere amidst the house/farm there on the other side of the road. I could not locate the bird after that. On a return trip after going around the block, I still did not re-locate it. There is a very visible pair of kestrels at the box down the other end of the road, the one almost at the end of Garrison on the left. If you remember, this one has a pulloff too, to the left side of Garrison. The birds perch on the box, in the large snag, and on the telephone pole some feet from the one with the box on it. On a return trip they were again both there. (Connie Goldman for Nikon/DVOC)

DeLorme Map #35

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Baptistown/Pittstown Rd

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Everitt Road
Yard Road

5/2 Yard Road produced no Red-headed Woodpecker for me. I stayed almost an hour and slowly walked the road, drove and stopped at various locations, hung around the patch of woods and looked from many angles. The trees have not leafed out and there was good visibility into the woods. I also could hear other woodpeckers, etc but no Red-headeds called. (Connie Goldman for Nikon/DVOC)

4/28 No sign of Red-headed Woodpeckers (Todd Day - Leopold/VS0)

4/21 No sign of Red-headed Woodpeckers along Yard Road (Bert Filemyr - Nikon/DVOC)

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Orchard Lane, Linvale

DeLorme Map #47

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Florence

5/5 (7 am) - Several Great Cormorants on upper channel marker, none on lower. No peregrine seen. (Upper Main Line Youth Teams with Bert Filemyr NIKON / DVOC)

4/28 Saturday afternoon. "I found three Great Cormorants on the orange and white marker. I had one third-winter Lesser Black-backed Gull on the river as well. I had just one Peregrine, presumably the male, on the bridge. It took a few minutes for it to appear, it stayed for about ten minutes, flew off, and returned again a few minutes later and then started picking something apart sending feathers airborne." (Todd Day - Leopold/VS0)

4/28 (12 noon) Great Cormorants on both the upper and the lower channel markers. Peregrine on bridge. A couple of Lesser Black-backed Gulls around. (Bert Filemyr - Nikon/DVOC)

4/22 only one Lesser Black Backed, and no Great Cormorants on the marker and no falcon at the bridge. (Tony Croasdale - Bristlehead / Kowa)

4/20 (12:30 pm) Peregrine visible underbridge. No Great Cormorants on any day marker (Bert Filemyr - Nikon/DVOC)

4/19 (12 noon) Peregrine visible under bridge. No Great Cormorants on any day marker. Even went to the PA side for a closer look at the downriver day marker. (Bert Filemyr - Nikon/DVOC)

4/12 (1:30 pm) No peregrines visible. Several Great Cormorants on day marker (Bert Filemyr - Nikon/DVOC)

4/2 "Carey Park - we had good numbers of gulls, Laughing Gulls are back, we spotted some Lesser-blacked Backed Gulls amongst the big three. No cormorants or ducks besides mallards. We had a flyover T.V. , Red-tail and Fish Crow (calling) the park just down the road had much more numbers of gulls, we had a 2nd year Glaucous Gull that we could ID from shore. We picked out a 1st year Iceland Gull (playing with a stick)and there were many Lesser-black Backed Gulls, over a dozen, looking quite sharp.
At the Turnpike bridge the Peregrine was on perch where the beams converge, the gusset covered in whitewash.
At Burlington Island the Osprey was on the nest and 7 Great Cormorants were on the channel marker up river. 5 were in full alternate plumage. The white flank patches screaming out the ID! Two DC Cormorants were on the marker base. (Tony Croasdale - Bristlehead / Kowa)

DeLorme Map #48

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Rte 295/Delaware River Overlook

DeLorme Map #53

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Flood Gates Road

5/8 same as yesterday.(Art McMorris - Four Loons)

5/7 at "Muddy Meadow": both yellowlegs; solitary,
spotted and pectoral sandpiper. At the dike: orchard oriole in the
willows. D-C but no Great Cormorant on rocks the river. (Art McMorris - Four Loons)

5/7- Plenty of Greater & Lesser Yellowlegs, Solitary Sandpipers, 2 Spotted Sandpipers, 4 Pectoral Sandpipers (Ken Elkins- Bushnell/CT Audubon)

5/1 10-15 solitary sandpipers and a pair of blue winged teal (Chris Vinosky - Wicked Witchities)

4/30 - Solitary Sandpipers (Bert Filemyr - Nikon/DVOC)

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Wiggins Pond (Gibbstown)

4/30 - Just cormorants and Canada Geese (Bert Filemyr - Nikon/DVOC)

4/8 - Gadwald, Green-winged Teal, Blue-winged Teal, Wood Duck, Wigeon, Northern Rough-winged Swallow (Bert Filemyr - Nikon/DVOC and others)

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Raccoon Creek area: west of Route 130

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Birch Creek Marsh

5/8 lots of coots, 2 kingfishers, 1 moorhen..(Art McMorris - Four Loons)

5/7 lots of coots, 1 moorhen. Cooper's hawk hunting
across the road. (Art McMorris - Four Loons)

5/7- 5 Common Moorhens, 4 Coot, 1 Belted Kingfisher (Ken Elkins- Bushnell/CT Audubon)

5/6 17:45, 3 Common Moorhens, 10 American Coot, one Pied-billed Grebe. (Todd Day, Eric Hynes - Leupold/VSO)

5/6 - Coots, morehens (Bert Filemyr NIKON / DVOC)

5/5 - 3 moorhen, one behind the two posts as seen the week before (one has a yellow top) one way at the back and one front left. 15 Coot, mainly on the front left.(Rob Hynson, Mike McGraw and Brian Turner - Bristleheads/Kowa)

5/5 Coots, moorhens. (Upper Main Line Youth Teams with Bert Filemyr NIKON / DVOC)

5/1 Approximately 50 coot and a few moorhens around (Chris Vinosky - Wicked Witchities)

4/30 - Moorhens and Coots (Bert Filemyr - Nikon/DVOC)

4/28 Saturday afternoon. Two Common Moorhen, 60 Coot (Todd Day - Leopold/VS0)

4/8 - Coot, Wigeon, Green-winged Teal, Kingfisher (Bert Filemyr - Nikon/DVOC and others)

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High Hill Road: e. side of 130 south of Bridgeport

5/1 High tide-no real shorebird activity. (Chris Vinosky - Wicked Witchities)

4/30 - High tide at 2 pm - no shorebirds (Bert Filemyr - Nikon/DVOC)

Jefferson Lane - Logan Township Water Treatment Plant:

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Raccoon Creek area North side, east of 130

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Pedricktown Area
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5/6 17:45, 15 Pectoral Sandpipers lots of Least Sandpipers, immature Bald Eagle, near high tide. (Todd Day, Eric Hynes - Leupold/VSO)

4/30 - High tide at 2 pm - only one yellowlegs seen from causeway (Bert Filemyr - Nikon/DVOC)

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Pedricktown - East

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DOD Ponds, Penns Grove WMA

5/9 common loon, willow flycatcher, bank swallow."(Art McMorris - Four Loons)

5/7- 1 Red-throated Loon (Ken Elkins- Bushnell/CT Audubon)

5/6 - Common Loon (Bert Filemyr NIKON / DVOC)

4/29 - two Red-throated Loons, two Common Loons, one American Coot, many Bank Swallows, one Belted Kingfisher heard. (Todd Day - Leopold/VS0)

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Chapter One Farms (ponds - off of Pedricktown-Woodstown Rd)
Directions

5/6 2 Solitary Sandipers, 15 Least Sandpipers. (Todd Day, Eric Hynes - Leupold/VSO)

5/5 (7 am) - Killdeer (Upper Main Line Youth Teams with Bert Filemyr NIKON / DVOC)

4/29 - pair of Green-winged Teal, pair of Wood Ducks. About one three-quarters of a mile east of here an American Kestrel was on a wire. (Todd Day - Leopold/VS0)

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Tighe (or Tigue) Road

5/7- 40+ Pipits in field plowed with deep ruts, very windy to listen for Horned Larks
1 Cooper’s Hawk appeared from woods on E side of road (Ken Elkins- Bushnell/CT Audubon)

5/6 Blue Grosbeak seen across from the house about half a mile from the north end. (Todd Day, Eric Hynes - Leupold/VSO)

5/6 - Cattle Egret (Bert Filemyr NIKON / DVOC)

4/29 - Several plowed fields along this road. Savannah Sparrow in the grassy strips along a field about a quarter-mile down from Route 602 on the west side. On the east side about a half-mile from Route 602 in a plowed filed is flooded area. Here were several Solitary Sandpipers, a single Horned Lark, and about a dozen American Pipits. (Todd Day - Leopold/VS0)

DeLorme Map #54

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Red Bank Dredge Spoils

5/6 - Nothing special (Bert Filemyr NIKON / DVOC)

5/4 This from Jeff Holt who lives and birds in this area "I think the prudent course of action is to make in known that the access point is off of Hessian Avenue."

5/1 10-15 No bobwhite to be heard of. Is the spoil's pond on grove street public access or not? There was an army corp of engineers forbidding any access, so I just wanted to clarify that. - (Chris Vinosky - Wicked Witchities)

Riverwinds

5/9 Gadwall pond is nearly empty but they're still pumping
water out. Solitary sand. still there; Mallard duckilings WALKING
around the "pond."(Art McMorris - Four Loons)

5/9 Very foggy at Riverwinds. Took about a minute to get the Bobwhite's to respond to my calls at usual fence spot. Both flavors of Oriole's vocal as well.
Portable pump hooked up the pond behind the rec. center (a/k/a Gadwall pond). Not sure why they're draining it, but "may" be an interesting spot to check-out tomm. & Friday for shorebirds.(Jeff Holt for Nikon/DVOC)

5/8 Bobwhite, yes. Other stuff: same as yesterday with the
addition of 2 Solitary Sandpipers on the gadwall pond and 2 kingbirds nearby, but they had a big pump rigged up and were pumping water out of the pond!(Art McMorris - Four Loons)

5/7 Riverwinds: Bobwhite. Baltimore Oriole near the Gadwall pond. Killdeer, lots of yellow warblers and warbling vireos. No horned lark. Only Mallard (with ducklings) on the Gadwall pond; no waterfowl on the retention pond. (Art McMorris - Four Loons)

5/7 Bobwhite's & Yellow Warblers very vocal.
(Interesting...No Willow Fly yet) (Jeff Holt for Nikon/DVOC)

5/6 - Riverwinds 7.30 no Bobwhite heard in the 5 mins we were there. (Rob Hynson, Mike McGraw and Brian Turner - Bristleheads/Kowa)

5/6 - Bobwhite heard 9:30 am (Bert Filemyr NIKON / DVOC)

5/5 - Riverwinds 7.50 am. Bobwhite heard. Also heard near the Gadwall pond. Also there, lots of Yellow Warblers, both Orioles, Willow Flycatcher, White-eyed Vireo and Field Sparrow. Nothing on the Gadwall pond apart from a Solitary Sandpiper. Retention pond held one Ring-necked Duck and a pair of Gadwall. (Rob Hynson, Mike McGraw and Brian Turner (Bristleheads/Kowa)

5/3 Thursday, around 5:30 PM. Bobwhites responded to my call within 30 seconds. Nice influx of Yellow Warblers also. No waterfowl of note. (Jeff Holt for Nikon/DVOC)

5/2 Drove thru Riverwinds on way to work this morning.
Couldn't get a rise out of the Bobwhites & the ponds were barren of waterfowl. (Jeff Holt for Nikon/DVOC)

4/22 (Riverwinds) Riverwinds was super busy, too much traffic to listen for Bobwhite. (Tony Croasdale - Bristlehead / Kowa)

4/22 - (Riverwinds) Bobwhite heard. Buffleheads in retention pond (DVOC field trip)

4/22 (Red Bank Dredge Soils) Common Moorhen, Wilson's Snipe (DVOC field trip)

4/8 - (Riverwinds) Retention Pond: Bufflehead, Wigeon, Ring-necked Duck. No Bobwhite were heard on entrance road in brief period of listening (Bert Filemyr - Nikon.DVOC and others)

DeLorme Map #61

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Intersection of Route 644 (Pedricktown Road) and 551 (Pennsville-Auburn Road)

5/6 2 Brown Thrasher; 4 Spotted Sandpipers on a muddy pond in a field just west if this intersection, on the south side of the road. (Todd Day, Eric Hynes - Leupold/VSO)

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Intersection of Route 641 (Penns Grove - Auburn Road) and Stumpy Road

5/6 adult Cooper's Hawk in flight headed into a wooded area at 19:00.(Todd Day, Eric Hynes - Leupold/VSO)

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Forrest Avenue sod farms

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Rt 641 and Rt 646

5/9 Pointer's-Auburn Rd. and Penn's Grove-Auburn Rd. (rte. 641): Horned Larks yes.(Art McMorris - Four Loons)

5/7 Corner of Pennsville-Auburn Rd. and Penn's Grove-Auburn Rd. (rte. 641): Horned Larks in the plowed fields. [Correction 5/8: yesterday I said there were horned larks at the corner
of Pennsville-Auburn Rd. and Penn's Grove-Auburn Rd. (rte. 641).
That should be Pointer's-Auburn Rd. and Penn's Grove-Auburn Rd. (rte. 641).] Today: no larks.(Art McMorris - Four Loons)

5/7- 2 Horned Lark (Ken Elkins- Bushnell/CT Audubon)

5/6 large plowed fields held at least four Horned Larks, in two pairs(Todd Day, Eric Hynes - Leupold/VSO)

4/29 - a single Horned Lark at the intersection of Route 641 (Penns Grove-Auburn Road) and Route 646 (Pointers-Auburn Road). (Todd Day - Leopold/VS0)

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Featherbed Lane

5/9 farm pond: snow geese and ring-necked duck still there.(Art McMorris - Four Loons)

5/8 Featherbed Rd. small ponds: B-C Night Heron, Great Blue Heron, Pheasant still there. 2 Kingfishers.
Featherbed Rd. cow pasture: same as yesterday plus a kestrel hunting in the field.

(Art McMorris - Four Loons)

5/7 Featherbed Rd. small ponds: Rough-winged Swallow, B-C Night Heron,
Great Blue Heron, Great Egret. Pheasant heard in the field.
Baltimore Oriole, Killdeer.
Featherbed Rd. cow pasture: bobolinks and meadowlarks. Farm pond:
Gr. yellowlegs, Least Sand., Snow Geese. No Ruddy Duck.
Farm Pond as viewed from King's Highway: Lots of snow geese.(Art McMorris - Four Loons)

5/7- pond @ east end- ~30 snow geese, 2 Pectoral Sandpipers, 3 Bobolink, Eastern Meadowlarks (Ken Elkins- Bushnell/CT Audubon)
“Kingfisher pond”- Belted kingfishers quite active in the area, Ring-necked pheasant in lawn to the east of ponds, White-crowned sparrows in hedgerow NE of ponds, Blackpoll Warbler singing, Black-crowned Night-heron in S pond (Ken Elkins- Bushnell/CT Audubon)

5/6 Featherbed Road, at previously described Kingfisher spot, a Belted Kingfisher was seen and calling on the bigger pond on the south side of the road; also present there were two Black-crowned Night-Herons and a Brown Thrasher. A Ring-necked Pheasant was in a ditch just west of here. Also notable, there is a cavity on the muddy slope of the little pond on the north side of the road that was not present 29 April.
Featherbed Road, at the eastern end, over 25 Snow Geese, with one immature bird walking on only one leg (it might be missing a foot on its left leg); one drake Ring-necked Duck, loads of Bobolinks and Eastern Meadowlarks. (Todd Day, Eric Hynes - Leupold/VSO)

5/6 - No Kingfisher seen at the first pond by the road in the 10 mins we were there. At the second pond we had 2 Spotted Sandpippers, both Yellowlegs, 35 Snow Geese, Bobolink, Meadowlark, Least Sandpippers.
Half way between Richmonds ice cream and the middle bridge at Mannington on 620 at Rudd Farm there was a farmer actively ploughing a field, there were 1000's of Laughing gulls feeding along with 4 Cattle Egrets. Also Horned Lark in the next ploughed field down. (Rob Hynson, Mike McGraw and Brian Turner - Bristleheads/Kowa)

5/6 - No kingfisher at pond but several Black-crowned Night-Herons. Snow Geese at farm pond. (Bert Filemyr NIKON / DVOC)

5/5 - Kingfisher above the big pipe on the pond next to the road. Migrants near this pond included Blackpool, Palm and at least 15 Yellow-rumped Warblers, 1 each of Baltimore and Orchard Oriole.
Second pond in the field, at least 2 Bobolink, Meadowlark, both Yellowlegs, small Peep probably Least, 30 Snow Geese, 2 Ruddy Duck. Just before Marlton road on Kings Highway were two Bluebirds.(Rob Hynson, Mike McGraw and Brian Turner - Bristleheads/Kowa)

5/5 Kingfishers as reported. Ibis, Ruddy Duck, Snow Geese on farm pond. Bobolinks, Meadowlarks (Upper Main Line Youth Teams with Bert Filemyr NIKON / DVOC)

5/1 Kingfishers on the pond west of Pointers-Auburn Road on featherbed. Kestrel at above intersection just to the east. Another kestrel was further up pointers-auburn road. Multiple bobolink and meadowlark singing along featherbed. At the pond on the east end of featherbed, I had approximately 20 snow geese and five ring necked ducks.(Chris Vinosky - Wicked Witchities)

4/29 - On Featherbed Lane at a small pond on the north side, just west of the intersection with Sharptown-Auburn Road (the DeLorme shows a pond on the south side of the road in this general spot) a pair of Belted Kingfishers were starting to excavate on a bank facing the road, perhaps twenty yards east of the big pipe that dumps into this pond.
On Featherbed at the east end of the road, the large pond on the south side had 44 Snow Geese, 3 Glossy Ibis, and nearby was a female Northern Harrier, and loads of Eastern Meadowlarks.
(Todd Day - Leopold/VS0)

4/26 a male Bobolink at Featherbed lane at the overlook of the pond that has shorebirds and ibis usually (Rob Hynson - Bristlehead / Kowa)

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Pond on Kings Highway near Featherbed Lane

5/6 - One Snow Goose in with domestic geese (Bert Filemyr NIKON / DVOC)

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Cowtown Rodeo

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Mannington Marsh (Sunset Road [continuation of Grissom on other side of Pointer-Auburn])

5/6 three Bald Eagles in flight, one solo, and one pair. (Todd Day, Eric Hynes - Leupold/VSO)

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Pointers-Auburn Road (620) eagle nest

5/8 Rte. 620 near (inactive) eagle nest: cattle egrets following a plow(Art McMorris - Four Loons)

5/7- Intersection of 620 & Bassett Road—3 Cattle Egrets flying into cattle pen (Ken Elkins- Bushnell/CT Audubon)

5/5 No eagle activity in nest area (Upper Main Line Youth Teams with Bert Filemyr NIKON / DVOC)

4/29 - Bald Eagle nest on Route 620 (Pointers-Swedesboro Road) north of Mannington (DeLorme 61, Block F-18) seems to be unoccupied. This was also my impression 8 April when I visited. The nest seems disused, though admittedly the view is distant. I've had no whiff of an eagle in about forty-minutes of observing the nest. (Todd Day - Leopold/VS0)

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Kings Highway north of Haines Neck Road

5/8 King's Highway just north of Haines Neck Rd.: grasshopper sparrows.(Art McMorris - Four Loons)

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Rte 45 at Salem River WMA sign

5/8 Rte 45 at Salem River WMA sign: field sparrows, white-eyed vireo, prairie warbler, indigo bunting.(Art McMorris - Four Loons)

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Mannington
Marsh (CR 540)

5/9 Distant Caspian Terns.(Art McMorris - Four Loons)

5/8 Mannington Marsh, rte. 540 bridge. Tide is halfway down. 2 snowy egrets. 2 large terns in the distance; couldn't get positive ID. Is anyone finding Caspian Terns?(Art McMorris - Four Loons)

5/6 - Several Bald Eagles (Bert Filemyr NIKON / DVOC)

Mannington Marsh (CR 620 bridge)

5/7- 2 Coot called, 1 Sora call note. No signs of Caspian Terns or good puddle ducks (Ken Elkins- Bushnell/CT Audubon)

5/6 two ad. Bald Eagles in trees on east/south side of road. (Todd Day, Eric Hynes - Leupold/VSO)

5/6 - No Caspian terns again but two imm Bald Eagles. (Rob Hynson, Mike McGraw and Brian Turner - Bristleheads/Kowa)

5/5 - No Caspian Terns, has anyone seen them this year at this spot? 2 immature Bald Eagles, also seen the weekend before. (Rob Hynson, Mike McGraw and Brian Turner - Bristleheads/Kowa)

5/5 No Caspian Terns seen (Upper Main Line Youth Teams with Bert Filemyr NIKON / DVOC)

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Mannington Marsh (Route 45)

5/8 N. Rough-winged Swallow, phoebe.(Art McMorris - Four Loons)

5/7 Mannington Marsh, rte. 45 bridge: N. Rough-winged Swallow, Wood Ducks (pair). White-eyed Vireo.(Art McMorris - Four Loons)

5/6 -4 Solitary Sandpippers, Least Sandpipers, 2 Snipe,
Going south on 653 from Mannington marsh just before Quaker neck road there were Horned Lark again in the ploughed field on the right. - Bristleheads/Kowa)

5/5 -6 Solitary Sandpipers, 3 Least Sandpipers, 2 Snipe and Wood duck. (Rob Hynson, Mike McGraw and Brian Turner - Bristleheads/Kowa)

4/29 - six Wood Ducks, and a pair of Green-winged Teal. (Todd Day - Leopold/VS0)

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Compromise Road

5/9 Cattle Egret, Glossy Ibis still there.(Art McMorris - Four Loons)

5/8 Cattle Egret, Glossy Ibis still there. (Art McMorris - Four Loons)

5/8 (early am) no Cattle Egrets (Mike Fritz - Nikon/DVOC)

5/7 Cattle Egret, Glossy Ibis..(Art McMorris - Four Loons)

5/5 Cattle Egrets (Connie Goldman for NIKON / DVOC)

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Grissom Road

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Alloway-Welchville Road

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Delbow Road

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Rte 49

DeLorme Map #67

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Bridgeton