I made a quick trip before work today to get a glimpse of the rarity. This species can appear in NJ in the fall, but a spring record is even more rare. I was a bit concerned as I drove south through the rain, but luckily for me the skies cleared as I reached the corner of Randolph & Schoolhouse in Franklin Township.
This is my first sighting of this species in about 4 years and my first-ever in NJ. The other birders and I were also able to hear it call out quite a few times.