Date: 2/10/19 9:40 am
From: Tom Reed <coturnicops...>
Subject: [JERSEYBI] Gyrfalcon continues, Cape May Co.
Still present at Nummy Island as of 12:30pm and spending most of its time on a sand patch, a bit south and west of a prominent dredge spoil mound. Best viewing is currently from north half of causeway, looking west from guardrail. Scope recommended.

Please also note that the speed limit here is 50mph. Park sensibly and stay off the roadway.


best,
tr



Tom Reed
Reed's Beach NJ
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> On Feb 10, 2019, at 10:46, David Lapuma <david.lapuma...> wrote:
>
> A young GYRFALCON was found this morning by Dustin Welch on Nummy Island. The bird is being seeen now, distant heat-shimmer views on sand just north of dredge spoil on west side of road just north of the free bridge. Look for the cars!
>
> Good birding
>
> David
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