June

All our grassland species and woodland warbler are breeding, and any of the featured sites are well worth birding.



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    Alpha Grasslands

    Oberly Road for breeding grassland species including Vesper, Grasshopper and Savannah Sparrow, Bobolinks, Horned Larks and Eastern Meadowlarks
    eBird Hotspot

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    Brightview Farm, Burlington County, NJ

    This privately owned horse farm welcomes birders (please sign in) and is a great place for breeding grassland species such Eastern Meadowlark, Bobolink, Grasshopper and Savannah Sparrow and has even hosted Dickcissel in recent years.
    Brightview Farm webpage

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    Hawkins Road (Bear Swamp), Burlington County, NJ

    Best in early June (and the preceding 2 weeks); breeding Prothonotary Warblers are the specialty species here, with a supporting cast of Kentucky, Worm-eating, Hooded, Ovenbird, Louisiana Waterthrush and Acadian Flycatcher
    eBird Hotspot

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    Lakehurst Naval Air Base, Ocean County, NJ

    The key species here are the breeding Upland Sandpipers. Other grassland species include numerous sparrows including Field, Vesper, Grasshopper and Savannah; Bobolink and Eastern Meadowlark.
    eBird Hotspot

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