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       PLANTS: THE FORGOTTEN WILDLIFE
 
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 Though the Marsh Hawk and Osprey are the most common raptors of the Barnegat Bay and Estuary, spending a full season to nest, many other hawks are also accommodated here.   The photos below are some of those species. 
Glasswort (Salicornia europaea)
Swamp Rose Mallows (Hibiscus palustris)
Salt Marsh Pink (Sabatia stellaris)
Salt-Marsh-Aster-(Aster-tenuifolius)
Flea Bane (Erigeron-sp.)Flowers 
Flea Bane (Erigeron-sp.)Budding 
Flea Bane (Erigeron-sp.)Flowers 
Spinyleaf Sowthistle (Sonchus asper)
Blessed Thistle (Carbenia benidictus)
Hover Fly (Toxomerus sp) & Ladys thumb (Polygonum persicaria)  

 

Sun-Drops-(Calylophus-Spach)
Swamp Milkweed (Asclepias incarnata)
Boneset (Eupatorium prrfoliatum)
Species Unknown
Prickly Pear
Beach Heathather (Hudsonia tomentosa)
Black-Chery-(Prunus-serotina)
Black-Chery-(Prunus-serotina)
High Bush Blueberry (Vaccinium corymbosum)

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Barnegat Bay
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