Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Wind, Rain, Stilt, Semi-plo's

[Egrets hunkered out of the (30 mph) wind, lunchtime today on the "ibis pond" along Reed's Beach Road. Click to enlarge.]

Not much birding going on today. The Black-necked Stilt was reported again at the West Cape May impoundments, and Chris Hajduk had 2 Semipalmated Plovers, apparent arrivals, near the Coast Guard base.

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