Monday, January 3, 2011
Le Conte's Sparrow (s) Continue
An aside to the Le Conte's Sparrows: the Cohansey drainage, out of the way as it is, is one of the least birded great locations in New Jersey. I've worked the area for the annual winter eagle survey for the past two years, and besides abundant Snow Geese and eagles, it hosts an array of wintering waterfowl plus goodies like pipits, other wintering raptors including reliable Short-eared Owls, Horned Larks, and who knows what else. . .like fancy sparrows, for example.