Date: 3/31/18 9:45 am
From: David Lapuma <david.lapuma...>
Subject: [JERSEYBI] More migration into S. Jersey - The Razorbill Show + more
The all-volunteer-led Cape May Springwatch, under the direction of Tom Reed, was quite busy this morning, with a first-hour run on Razorbills (64 heading out of the Delaware Bay, 5 heading in). While the Razorbill show died down considerably after hour-1, birds were evident in the following two hours and likely will still be visible occasionally throughout the day. Notable sightings today were 4 Cliff Swallows, 17 Barn Swallows a Belted Kingfisher and Blue-gray Gnatcatcher. Two adult male Purple Martins also flew by. Spring is springing!

Totals on Trektellen.org: http://www.trektellen.org/count/view/1703/20180331?sc=0

Good Birding

David

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