Date: 12/2/19 5:40 pm From: Thomas W. Reed <coturnicops...> Subject: [NJBIRDS] Beach Plum Farm access: Wednesday AM
Birders wishing to look for the Mountain Bluebird may join in a special group outing at Beach Plum Farm on Wednesday morning (December 4), from 9-11am. Mike Pasquarello will meet participants in the main parking lot at 9:00 sharp. Folks will need to stay with the group at all times and remain on designated paths. No need to RSVP, but please remember that the farm is closed to the public during the week and that the only facilities available will be in the form of porta-potties. BPF is located at 140 Stevens Street, West Cape May. Please refer to previous messages for additional instructions regarding the site.
Obviously, there is no guarantee that the Mountain Bluebird will still be present, especially with conditions becoming more favorable for departure once the current storm departs-- but this is still a great opportunity. Thanks to Mike and the folks at Beach Plum Farm for making this arrangement possible.
No word on any of the other Cape May rarities today, though the weather was again less than ideal for searching. A Pomarine Jaeger was noted at the Avalon Seawatch on Sunday morning, and a Pacific Loon flew north past Avalon today.