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Horseshoe Crabs are returning to familiar spawning sites in Raritan Bay and Sandy Hook Bay, a satisfying sight after the destruction last fall from Super-storm Sandy.
A few days ago a small pod of wild Bottlenose Dolphins were sighted in the Atlantic Ocean a few hundred yards off the coast of Sea Bright. Always an amazing sight.
It's time again to enjoy the return of our local shorebird population. American Oystercatchers have migrated back to nest and raise a family near the edge of Sandy Hook Bay!
The other day I saw a tiny Eastern Mud Turtle in Natco Park in Hazlet Township. A good sign of spring, but who knew one could exist so close to New York City?
Every spring Killdeer, a type of shorebird, make their home along the South Amboy waterfront. The bird gets its strange name from its voice, a clear, high pitched sound like kil-deeeeah
It's a sure sign of spring (forget the weather) when Ospreys reappear for another season to feed, nest and raise a family near an estuary.
It's a time for spring. Signs are starting to appear little by little beyond the typical signs of spring like robins and crocuses. Just head to the coast.
Super-storm Sandy didn't only destroy the homes of many people who live along the Jersey Shore. It also did great damage to many homes for wildlife, particularly for Ospreys,
For people who reside near Raritan Bay the mating call of a Red-Winged Blackbird is an important first sign of warmer weather. It's an indicator for all those who are willing to listen.
New York City, the ultimate metropolis, an unlikely place to see a Common Loon, right? Wrong, the birds spend just as much time here as they do in the Adirondacks.
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