We are pleased to announce we’ll be hosting our Cape May Fall Festival in person from Thursday evening, October 14th through Sunday, October 17th
Fall Festival Highlights
Registration will include a selection of field trips, trolley trips, boat trips and indoor programs, as well as our Thursday evening Kick-off Party at the Rusty Nail, sponsored by Kowa! Cape May Convention Hall will be packed with all kinds of nature-related vendors, plus a live show animal show every couple of hours by Nature Nick. The Fall Festival t-shirt and artwork is being designed by Louise Zemaitis and we’re looking forward to some 75th Anniversary merch!
“I can’t wait to register for the Virtual Cape May Fall Festival – easy peasy! No decisions to make, no potential workshop conflicts, no wardrobe anxieties, and the fridge is SO close. I’m looking forward to this new experience, and am practicing my birding skills here on the home front. Many thanks to all the CMBO/NJ Audubon folks for making this event happen!”
“The Fall Festival is a great experience regardless of your level of experience or expertise. Something for everyone!”
“The quality of the professional leaders and the helpfulness of the local volunteers really make the Cape May festival experience something special.”
Kevin T. Karlson
Friday: Kevin T. Karlson, author and photographer, on his new book co-authored with Pete Dunne, Bird Families of North America
David A. Sibley
Saturday: David A. Sibley, author and artist
Check out this interview with David Sibley about his love of Cape May, recorded on May 13th, 2021 from Great Gull Island, off the coast of Montauk, NY.
May 20th, 2021 Boston Glove write up