New Jersey Audubon field trips and programs adhere to CDC guidelines; leaders have the right to ask a participant to leave the program if someone is not adhering to these guidelines for the health and safety of all.  Leaders and participants must wear face coverings throughout the program and maintain social distancing (at least 6’ of separation). Leaders may remove their face covering in order to be heard by the group while maintaining social distance. Please do not come to a program if you are sick or have a sick family member. People coming from other states should follow New Jersey’s Travel Advisories for COVID -19 before attending a New Jersey Audubon program including 14-day self-quarantine.  For a list of states go to covid19.nj.gov.  There will be no sharing of equipment including binoculars or spotting scopes.

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No walk-ins allowed

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CMPSP Volunteer Work Party

September 25 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Take part in the important Forest Restoration at Cape May Point State Park! Spots are limited so please register quickly!

About this Event

Cape May Point State Park (CMPSP) in Lower Township and Cape May Point, Cape May County, NJ is more than 240 acres of freshwater wetlands, scrub shrub habitat, maritime forest, open water, and dune and coastal habitat. The Park not only offers excellent recreational opportunities, it also provides critical stopover habitat to the many migrating wildlife that pass by each spring and fall. The park is also home to a variety of common, rare, or imperiled wildlife and plants. Unfortunately, many areas in the park are highly degraded due to increased spread of non-native invasive plants. These aggressive plants often out-compete native vegetation, resulting in less plant diversity and habitat structure. Non-native invasive plants offer little benefits to the variety of wildlife that rely upon the park’s diverse habitats, making invasive plants one of the top threats to wildlife in New Jersey.

Registration is required

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Details

Date:
September 25
Time:
9:00 am - 12:00 pm