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  1. 16 Oct 2021; beachside state park; wooded trails, marsh, small ponds 1. Clockwise from 6 o'clock; Gadwall, Gadwall, American Wigeon, American Wigeon 2. Both Gadwall 3. Clockwise from bottom L (8 birds): Gadwall, Am Wigeon, ?, Am Wigeon, Gadwall, Northern Pintail, Am Wigeon, American Black Duck
  2. 15 Oct 2021 Cape May NJ; WMA; woods & brush, scattered small ponds A few of the pics don't look like the same bird.
  3. Is anyone attending the above-named festival or has attended the same in the past? It is put on by NJ Audubon.
  4. I am planning a birding trip to Cape May and surrounds this Fall. We can either do mid September or the 3rd week in October. Would one be better than the other? I think I might prefer going when the Fall Festival is not going on--it is scheduled for the latter part of the 2nd full week of October.
  5. Hi everyone. My first post here. What a great resource. I was hoping to participate in this year's GBBC, but I am fairly ignorant, outside of the regulars I see on my deck/yard eating seed/suet in winter: Juncos, Chickadees, Starlings, Blue Jays, Red Bellied Woodpeckers, Doves. First clip has two different calls — are they two different birds? Bird calls 4 Feb.amr They don't sound like any calls in the list of "common birds" for winter in NJ that I went through, but surely they are common? House is in mobile home park, in semi-rural area. There are plenty of large clusters of trees and brush around houses… Backs up to forest. About 12 miles from shore. I'm sorry volume is so low. I can hear it—hopefully you can.
  6. Hey everyone, I saw this red and gray bird perched on a spruce in central New Jersey at around mid-day. I took this photo in a suburban neighborhood, and this bird was the only member of its species I noticed in the vicinity. It later flew off in the Northeasterly direction as far as I could see. Anyone know what species it might be?
  7. I live in Lakewood, NJ; can someone please identify this bird for me?
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