Surveyed for the EES in 2018 by Elena Tiribilli, who reported:

Kom el-Magayir II presents numerous fired bricks scattered across the site showing a variety of building features still visible on the surface, but now collapsed. It does not appear on the 1916 Survey of Egypt 1:100,000 map nor on the 1992 Topographical Map. Only a couple of diagnostic pottery sherds were collected in this area. It is hard to pinpoint any date of human activity at this place based on the few pottery sherds we recorded, and it is not possible to determine the exact identification of the structures and their relation to Kom el-Magayir I (EES 395). In addition, doubts also arise concerning the identification of the area as an archaeological site, since the Corona satellite image shows modern buildings in the area in 1968. See Israel Hinojosa-Baliño, Elena Tiribilli, Penelope Wilson, 'The Delta Survey Project Survey in Kafr el-Sheikh and Beheira governorates in 2018', Egyptian Archaeology 55.

The photographs below show the limited extent of the site and the fired brick remains (E.Tiribilli, 2018).

Read more about the Kafr el Dawar survey (2018) here