Michael O'Brien sent me a note last evening that a/"the" Barnacle Goose was sitting in the South Cape May Meadows, a.k.a. the Cape May Migratory Bird Refuge. Michael hypothesized that the bird might spend the night.
He was right, because Glen Davis just walked into the Center for Research and Education and reported that the Barnacle Goose was found in the meadows early this morning (Paul Lehman apparently had it from 6:15 or so on), and flew out around 7:00 a.m.
In other news, Cave Swallows continue around the point and a Barn Swallow was seen from the hawk watch yesterday.