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Ten species of nesting birds at Lumberton Meadow

Bird boxes with Bluebirds, Carolina Chickadees, House Wrens, Carolina Wrens, and Tree Swallows.  Trees and bushes with Cardinals, Fly Catchers, Grey Catbirds, Robins, and Grey Catbirds.  Stalker Pete likes to check out nesting birds.  His...

Lumberton Birds, including Bluebirds

Pete McCord can see bluebirds from his back deck. A few days before Pete saw the bluebirds behind his home, nine Medford Leas Birders took a walk on Lumberton Trails and recorded 33 species of birds. Continue reading for Pete’s account of the disappearance and...

Robins in the Water

The three photos in the post show robins enjoying water. Today is March 8, 70 degrees and tomorrow’s forecast is for 78. Back at the time of the Annual Bird Census robins were stripping berries off the Holly bushes and trees. This morning there was a robin...

29th Annual Winter Bird Census – 27 species, 800 birds

Bald Eagle, Red Tailed Hawk, Great Horned Owl, Great Blue Heron, Northern Flicker, Red Bellied Woodpecker, Yellow-bellied Sapsucker, Ring-billed Gulls and much much more. Actually there were two winter bird census. On the Medford campus there were 27 species, 800...

Costanza Photos at Palmyra Cove

Photographs by resident Joe Costanza,  a world class nature photographer, are being exhibited at the  Palmyra Cove Nature Park during the entire month of December. Joe’s exhibit includes photographs of birds, plants, and landscapes. This...

Jumping Right In: Birding

This past Friday, October 30, was a sunny, temperate fall day. At 8 am we joined about 20 other people in front of the Medford Leas’ main campus Community Building for the “Medford Leas Birders Trip to Brigantine.”   The Medford Leas Birders, a group...
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