The pond is open to the ocean with resulting large mudflats. Thousand of trees 
swallows, hundred of terns  (least, Forsters and Common), sanderlings, 
semipalmated sandpipers ,  least sandpipers, Black bellied plovers, 
semipalmated plovers, piping plovers, yellowlegs,  egrets, cormorants, gulls 
and probably more.


Jane F. Ross, PhD
1112 Park Ave. New York, NY 10128
mobile:  917-992-6708






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