From Karl Lukens et. al.: CMBO Birding Cape May Point Walk Saturday. Cold and windy but some open areas on the local ponds contained a nice variety of ducks including one of the Eurasian Wigeons. The Tundra Swans are still on Bunker Pond, and a White-crowned Sparrow was feeding under the Hawk Watch Platform. Sunny sheltered areas had sparrows and a Hermit Thrush. Coral Ave. jetty had a dozen Purple Sandpipers although you could see only 3-4 at a time - the count came as they flew to another jetty.
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