Monday, May 11, 2009

THREE Swallow-tailed Kites, South Cape May!

CMBO's Monday morning walk at the South Cape May Meadows is currently being wow'd by not one, not two, but THREE Swallow-tailed Kites! I'm not entirely sure if there has ever been a New Jersey record of multiple Swallow-taileds, and I highly doubt that there's ever been a record of three!

More details, as they emerge, throughout the day.

On another note, a second Curlew Sandpiper was found at Heiserville yesterday morning. One bird is a brick-red male, the other likely a female. The best time to see the birds is during high tide, which is during the early afternoon today.

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