Tales of Blawenburg is a blog about the small village of Blawenburg, located in the southwest section of Montgomery Township, NJ. At first glance, you might think that the village is a sleepy little town where nothing happens, but when you dig into the events throughout its history, you soon discover that there is more going on than meets the eye. There is much to learn as we see Blawenburg’s evolution from a Dutch farming community to a suburban residential village.
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Hawk Visits East Blawenburg
This fine feathered friend paid a visit to the Cochran home in East Blawenburg on August 7. We aren't sure if it was trying to get some food or reenacting an Alfred Hitchcock movie.
To borrow a chicken metaphor, it seems to have "flown the coop!"
We think it is a red tail or Cooper' hawk. What do you think? Send us an email.
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The teacher pictured here is Mary Ellen Hoagland Terhune. She graduated from the Trenton Normal School, now The College of New Jersey, in 1898. She taught in Blawenburg and lived just across the street from the school.