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March 2021

Last Week's Mystery Answered!


Last week I asked:

Saw these berries on High Mountain earlier this month. With thorns.

What kind of a berry, and why haven't any birds eaten them?

Diane Louie answered: Greenbrier? Is the sugar level highest very late in the season?

By Jove, I think she's right. More on Greenbrier here.  (Thanks, Diane! Impressive.)

Coming Thursday: Amazing Wild Turducken News

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On Thursday, April 1, the Montclair Bird Club is announcing some major news about the Wild Turduckens of High Mountain, NJ. 

The ornithological world may major never be the same.

(Above, a Wild Turducken egg with a telltale American quarter next to it.)

A non-blurry image of a Wild Turducken has never photographed. I am announcing a $25 reward to the best Wild Turducken photo sent to me by April 8.

Hint: They hang out on the summit of High Mountain around dusk on foggy nights.

What are you waiting for?