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Birding the Meadows – October 4, 2021

Leaders (7:30am group): Bill Boyle, Karen Thompson

Leaders (7:45am group): Bill Roache, Mary Jane Roache

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7:30am Group

33 species

SpeciesCount
Canada Goose4
Mute Swan2
Blue-winged Teal8
Northern Shoveler4
Gadwall4
Mallard8
Green-winged Teal14
Virginia Rail2
Sora2
Black-bellied Plover1
American Golden-Plover1
Killdeer3
Stilt Sandpiper3
Least Sandpiper5
Semipalmated Sandpiper12
Greater Yellowlegs10
Lesser Yellowlegs26
Laughing Gull3
Herring Gull1
Great Egret2
Snowy Egret1
Osprey2
Sharp-shinned Hawk1
Bald Eagle4
Peregrine Falcon1
Tree Swallow16
Marsh Wren1
Carolina Wren1
European Starling8
Northern Mockingbird2
Eastern Meadowlark1
Red-winged Blackbird30
Yellow-rumped Warbler1

 

7:45am Group

52 species

SpeciesCount
Canada Goose3
Mute Swan2
Blue-winged Teal7
Northern Shoveler4
Mallard12
Green-winged Teal50
Mourning Dove5
Virginia Rail1
Sora1
Semipalmated Plover1
Killdeer2
Stilt Sandpiper4
Sanderling30
Least Sandpiper4
Pectoral Sandpiper3
Semipalmated Sandpiper11
Solitary Sandpiper3
Greater Yellowlegs2
Lesser Yellowlegs16
Laughing Gull10
Herring Gull5
Great Black-backed Gull12
Royal Tern7
Double-crested Cormorant3
Great Egret3
Snowy Egret1
Osprey4
Sharp-shinned Hawk2
Bald Eagle3
Belted Kingfisher1
Northern Flicker1
Peregrine Falcon1
Blue Jay2
American Crow2
Carolina Chickadee1
Tree Swallow40
Barn Swallow2
Carolina Wren2
European Starling25
Gray Catbird1
Northern Mockingbird1
American Robin5
House Finch4
American Goldfinch2
Field Sparrow1
Savannah Sparrow2
Song Sparrow1
Swamp Sparrow2
Red-winged Blackbird40
Brown-headed Cowbird6
Common Yellowthroat2
Yellow Warbler2
New Jersey Audubon