I love going to Tandy Hills Park -- such a great place! Elizabeth and I spotted a few things when we were out exploring.
It was getting a bit dark, so I wasn't able to get very clear shots of this bird, but I think it can still be ID'ed...
27 Nov 2010.
Sandy Hook, Monmouth Co, NJ.
Late in the season. A rather drab individual, probably 1st winter. Note rufous-tinged crown, pale supercilium, dark lores, strong dark eyeline, weak dark mustache, pale malar stripe, grayish breast.
10+ seen along road to Model aircraft flight location.
Just can't tell with this one shot. Was thinking tree sparrow but it's pink legs and bill are not right.
ave que se encuentra muy común en la ciudades
Wonderful husband took me hiking for my birthday. Most observations are along the Homestead Trail.
This bird was identified by its unique rapid fire but short chirping call, based on a video recording and their singing higher up in trees. It was clear several individuals were singing but it was hard to tell more than that.
Cornell FeederWatch #29
Positive ID confirmation appreciated.