Date: 3/15/17 3:54 pm
From: Steve Mattan <stevemattan...>
Subject: Re: [JERSEYBI] Fox Sparrows , etc.
Right now we have 10 fox sparrows and one tree sparrow and no other birds at our feeders. (Where did they all go?)

Yesterday we had 12 foxies.

Steve Mattan
Southampton, NJ
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> On Mar 15, 2017, at 5:15 PM, B.G. Sloan <bgsloan3...> wrote:
>
> Interestingly, Boyle's "Birds of New Jersey" (2011) labels the Fox Sparrow
> as an "uncommon spring migrant"...
>
> Bernie Sloan
> Highland Park
>
>
>> On Wed, Mar 15, 2017 at 5:09 PM, mike hiotis <mchhiotis...> wrote:
>>
>> In the excellent atlas and reference, "Birds of New Jersey" (Walsh,Kane ,
>> Elia,& Halliwell)1999 the Spring entry for Fox Sparrow implies mid to late
>> March is when the heaviest northern movement of this species begins.It goes
>> further to suggest most are long gone by Aprilish.
>>
>> A few years back under these same conditions(snow mid March) I counted 31
>> individuals along Whitebridge and Pleasent Plns. Rd. in the GSNWR after the
>> plows had come through. The conditions may contribute to the gang of
>> sightings. Nice ofcourse...
>>
>> Mike Hiotis
>> Martinsville NJ
>>
>>
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>
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