A True Tale of the Crazy Lost Bird in New Jersey

A True Tale of the Crazy Lost Bird in New Jersey

When wildlife photographer, Joe Gliozzo headed to birdwatching heaven at Cape May's Heislersville Wildlife Management Area on the New Jersey side of the Delaware Bay, he was expecting to find their famous raptors: bald eagles, peregrine falcons, Coopers and sharp-shinned hawks, or maybe some of shore birds who rest in the salt marshes on their annual migration. He did not expect was a spunky pink spoonbill who obviously took a wrong turn in a confiscated Bald Eagle nest! 

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