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Wildlife at Martin Tract

Robin McConaughy

Robin McConaughy

All these incredible photos are by JK: Martin Tract neighbor and wildlife aficionado!

Just look at the view she got of these Blue Birds.

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These are from photos JK took at the Plainsboro Preserve, but she sent me one yesterday (not as clear) of a ‘Blue Boy’ on our fence post.

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I have no idea if she was hiding in a tree, but these shots of the red-tailed hawk (below) and the Cooper’s Hawk (further below) are so close.

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The Cooper’s Hawk reportedly patrols the field every day looking for mice or fish from the pond. Also on patrol: this very healthy looking fox. Thank you, JK, for these great photos of the Martin Tract. National Geographic-worthy!

Double Brook FarmNow I have that crazy Norwegian “What Does the Fox Say” song in my head. WARNING: **Don’t watch the video below – you won’t be able to get it out of your head. Seriously don’t do it! DO NOT WATCH THE VIDEO BELOW.


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