HAWTHORNE, NJ - The Hawthorne Environmental Commission/Green Team held its bird and history walk on Saturday, where a large group of locals met at the John W. Rea House in the morning.  The walk was designed to help acquaint Hawthorne residents with the area wildlife as well as points of the town's history.

"We had a great turn out," Holly Cowen, Green Team member and photographer, told TAPinto Hawthorne.  Cowen shared a number of her pictures obtained during the walk and also of her own findings in the "Eight Acre Woods" just prior.  Among the critters both avian and terrestrial were warblers, a mother mallard with eleven babies, a fox, local bird legend "Hollywood Hawk", an eagle, and more.

Cowen's pictures can be seen in the gallery above.

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