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Old Friday 8th July 2005, 18:15   #1
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Jakes Landing, Cape May Point, Bombay Hook, , Forsythes NWR, Nummy Island

Over a day and a half end, stifling, humid, glare, full of bugs (notably large ones with bright green eyes and sharp teeth) - more than 70 sweaty species and a possible case of lime disease (also bottle nose dolphins, various bats, chipmonks, white tail deer, cotton tail rabbit, 4 species of toad):

Glossy ibis
Black neck stilt
Virginia rail
Great white egret
Snowy egret
Great blue heron
Black crown night heron
Piping plover
Semi-palmated sandpiper
American avocet
Short bill dowager
Lesser yellowlegs
American oystercatcher
Double crested cormorant
Mute swan
Mallard duck
Black duck
Canada goose
Great black backed gull
Herring gull
Ring-bill gull
Laughing gull
Foresters tern
Least tern
Red wing blackbird
Ruby throat hummer
Fish crow
Boat tail grackle
Seaside sparrow
Song sparrow
Wood thrush
Indigo bunting
Eastern kingbird
House wren
Marsh wren
American goldfinch
House finch
Downy woodpecker
Red belly woodpecker
Northern flicker
Purple martin
Bank swallow
Barn swallow
Tree swallow
Chimney swift
Eastern phoebe
Common yellowthroat
Morning dove
White-breasted nuthatch
Tufted titmouse
Black-capped chickadee
American robin
Baltimore oriole
Orchard oriole
Feral pigeon
American crow
Red tail hawk
Northern harrier
Black vulture
Bald eagle
Turkey vulture
Wild turkey
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