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02 Jul: @ 14:08:36 Roseate Spoonbill, Cape May County [Samuel Galick]
01 Jul: @ 05:22:34 Perrineville Rd. Black-bellied whistling ducks remain [Susan Treesh]
29 Jun: @ 21:01:00 Black-bellied Whistling Ducks - Monroe [L Larson]
24 Jun: @ 17:53:02 Roseate Spoonbill, Atlantic County [Samuel Galick]
18 Jun: @ 19:59:32 Fwd: Reports of Rarities from January through May 2018 [L Larson]





Subject: Roseate Spoonbill, Cape May County
Date: Mon Jul 2 2018 14:08 pm
From: sam.galick AT gmail.com
 
Anne Harlan reports:

Roseate Spoonbill flying south over GSP exit 4 at about 2:30PM.

Good birding!

Sam

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Subject: Perrineville Rd. Black-bellied whistling ducks remain
Date: Sun Jul 1 2018 5:22 am
From: sktreesh AT comcast.net
 
The black-bellied whistling duck flock continues as per text alert early
this morning, 7/1/2018, in the farm field pond adjacent to Perrineville
Rd. in Monroe, approximately 1511 Perrineville Rd.

Susan Treesh
Somerset


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Subject: Black-bellied Whistling Ducks - Monroe
Date: Fri Jun 29 2018 21:01 pm
From: llarson2 AT mac.com
 
Forwarding from the Jerseybirds listserv, with thanks to Patrick: 

> From: Patrick Belardo
> Subject: [JERSEYBI] Black-bellied Whistling Ducks - Monroe

>
> 10 BB Whistling Ducks were found earlier today by another birder in a small vernal pond near 1511 Perrineville Road in Monroe. This is Middlesex County. The birds were still present at 9:15 pm. There™s only a small shoulder to park on so be careful. The birds are very close to the road so it™s a quick stop. Hope they stick around. Special thanks to David B. for alerting me to the eBird report. Interestingly a flock was reported in Monroe about two weeks ago but not found again at the time.
>
> Patrick Belardo
> Piscataway, NJ

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Subject: Roseate Spoonbill, Atlantic County
Date: Sun Jun 24 2018 17:53 pm
From: sam.galick AT gmail.com
 
Jim Austin-Cole just reported a Roseate Spoonbill on Wildlife Drive, Forsythe NWR at goose maker 4.

This is one more piece of the puzzle of Roseate Spoonbill vagrancy in 2018- an unprecedented movement of them into the Mid-Atlantic and Mid-West.

https://ebird.org/map/rosspo1?...

#yearofthespoonbill

Good birding!

Sam


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Subject: Reports of Rarities from January through May 2018
Date: Mon Jun 18 2018 19:59 pm
From: llarson2 AT mac.com
 
> Begin forwarded message:
>
> From: Bill Boyle
> Subject: [JERSEYBI] Reports of Rarities from January through May 2018
> Date: June 18, 2018 at 11:11:21 AM EDT
> To: JERSEYBI AT LISTS.PRINCETON.EDU
> Reply-To: Bill Boyle
>
> New Jersey Birders,
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> The New Jersey Bird Records Committee has reviewed many of the reports of
> rarities from the first five months of 2018. To view the list of Accepted
> Records, go to njbrc.com, select Lists & Annual Reports, and scroll down to
> "Results of NJBRC Review of Jan - May 2018 Rare Bird Reports." Several
> additional reports are still under review.
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>
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> Bill Boyle, Secretary
>
> NJ Bird Records Committee
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> How to report NJ bird sightings: see
> or e-mail to [email protected]
> List help: [email protected]
> List archives: https://lists.princeton.edu/cg...

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