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stitch58

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  1. Wasn't sure where to put this but I know there are people here that are into Herps that might want to see this; https://www.yahoo.com/sports/astonishingly-huge-kingsnake-encountered-conservation-170023381.html
  2. Mostly Naval & Air Force around here. Guess we see them when they're being shipped out somewhere.
  3. One of my all time favorites 😄. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cG-AYVb3LGA In all seriousness though, the last time I saw a train full of tanks was just prior to the start of the first Gulf War. Hope it's not an indication of something to come.
  4. Yes NJ gets quite a few in certain parts of the state. They tend to congregate in the saltmarshes & farming areas, especially corn stubble. It was near dusk & this particular area probably had over 10,000 birds within a 1/2 mile radius with more constantly arriving to roost.
  5. Sorry for the poor quality, still pretty cool to watch though. Snow Geese, Alpha, NJ. https://youtu.be/fUGghzvFX_Q
  6. Friend of mine made a trip up to Maine, SO JEALOUS!!! https://flic.kr/p/2mXr24q
  7. Same here.. I enjoy trying to figure it out week to week but don't "need" the points to enjoy it.
  8. Got real lucky. This refuge has an 8 mile loop circling a saltmarsh & this one made multiple close in passes. Just sat in the car & snapped away.
  9. A nice Christmas Present for NJ, a pair of Wood Storks. I only saw the one but they've both been hanging around up here for over a week now. Be nice if they could hang around for 2022 😉!
  10. My favorite combo shot from 2021. Curlew Sandpiper with Dunlin.
  11. I read on one of the NJ groups today that there was a single sighting. Not sure where their info came from so can't vouch for it but sounds like it might be on the move again.
  12. It had been originally sighted in Canadian Maritime Provinces & worked it's way south. I'm hoping it keeps heading south & gets a little closer to NJ 😉! Insane sighting though!!
  13. I haven’t seen it but thought other’s here might want to chase this; STELLER’S SEA EAGLE Update: It is on the opposite side of the river from Dighton and distantly viewable from 41.769362,-71.125091 That’s in Massachusetts!!!!!
  14. I've run across a few unusual man-made "birds". Antonov -124.... third largest cargo plane in the world, it was HUGE. Bell Boeing V-22 Osprey Bell AH-1 Cobra Attack Helicopter Sikorsky CH-53 Sea Stallion Helicopter Northrup Grummond E-2 Hawkeye
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