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NORTHWOOD CENTER BIOBLITZ

By Rebecca Perruci George Myers Naturalist Cape May Bird Observatory  After three years of habitat restoration work at the Cape May Bird Observatory’s Northwood Center, highlighted by the Ryan De Witt Memorial Trail, there has been a noticeable uptick in the number of bird species—especially warblers! —flitting through the space.…...

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CAUGHT IN MONHEGAN’S TRAP – Monhegan Island, Maine

NJA Eco-Travel Tour September 14-19, 2018 Monhegan Island is a small bump in the ocean (1.7 miles long and 0.7 miles wide), twelve miles off the mid-coast of Maine, that has played a larger role in history than most people would ever imagine. Monhegan was known to European explorers, even…...

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The Best of Migration – Cape May School of Birding Workshops!

Cape May is world renowned for its fall bird and butterfly migration, involving spectacular numbers, diversity, views, and photographic opportunities – and Cape May School of Birding Workshops are an incredible way to enjoy and partake in this natural phenomenon. And the best part is – it’s all going to…...

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FALL MIGRATION AT CAPE MAY with Louise Zemaitis – SEP 13-15

September straddles the migratory timetable; you’re not too late for shorebirds, not too early for hawks, and right on time for warblers and other neotropical migrants. Indeed, it is the great variety of songbirds heading south during early September that will be the main target of this three-day birding workshop…...

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