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  1. #31
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    saw a bunch of schools from north jerz down south helping with the rebuild of Sandy and cleaning up around , thought it was super nice for the schools to bus kids down and help out

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    Big Cooper's Hawk at dusk yesterday, Northern Harrier at a local marsh over the weekend, lots of big Red-Tails.

  3. #33
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    The title of this thread makes me want to say "on the road today I saw a dead head sticker on a Cadillac" sorry, first thing that came to mind...

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    A large cluster of tiny beasties settled on my wetsuit yesterday. I had paddled past a rope and buoy. Some looked like tiny amphipods shrimp-like but othere had feathery lines coming out of the head end and a long threadlike body. I took some into the National Seashore office and we couldn't figure them out. The may be a larval state of some invertebrate species. One thing I love about the ocean is there is always something new to see and learn.

  5. #35
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    Sweet top off. Loved this thread. I take my Golden out at night and sneak into a local golf course with a hole in the fence so she can get a good run off the leash. Saw a fox scampering around with some kind of little creature in its mouth and about five minutes later heard two owls hooting to one another.
    Seldom Seen - I caught a long look at a rough legged hawk while I was getting off my exit for work on I95 of all places. It too was eating something. Looked like a pterodactyl. Thing was massive.

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    Went out this afternoon, caught some chest high, fairly decent waves today, anyway, i have never seen so many spinner sharks jumping out of the water and jumping within 150 ft. or closer of us, and im talking 6 ft. or better sharks, it was quite a show, non stop action to say the least.

  7. #37
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    Quote Originally Posted by Manisses View Post
    Seldom Seen - I caught a long look at a rough legged hawk while I was getting off my exit for work on I95 of all places. It too was eating something. Looked like a pterodactyl. Thing was massive.
    That's awesome, I love birds of prey! Watching the Osprey make a comeback around here over the past ten years or so has been great. Eagles too. That's funny about the golf course, we have one near my house that I sneak on to w/ my husky, he loves it. Tons of stuff down there, seen lots of birds, coyote, otter, deer, etc., don't know what it is abouth these golf courses, I'm in a relatively urban area too, not a "city", but right next to one.

  8. #38
    Bones Brigade. Netflix

  9. #39
    Quote Originally Posted by fl.surfdog View Post
    Went out this afternoon, caught some chest high, fairly decent waves today, anyway, i have never seen so many spinner sharks jumping out of the water and jumping within 150 ft. or closer of us, and im talking 6 ft. or better sharks, it was quite a show, non stop action to say the least.
    Same here! A huge glistening spinner shark rocketed out of the water about 25 yards away from my board. Was so beautiful to watch. They must be cruising the Florida coast this month.

  10. #40
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    i was surfing one day of the summer in jersey and i was on my board waiting in the lineup for a wave, and out of nowhere a fish pops up and start jumping around on my board flapping and then jumps back into the water. It got me freaked out