One of the longest running festivals in the US, the NJ Audubon's 74th Cape May Fall Festival is set to coincide with the peak of autumn migration in world famous birding hotspot, Cape May, NJ. read more >>
The Cape May Autumn Birding Festival is a weekend long event that is in its 68th year now, making it the longest-running birding festival in North America.
The Cape May Autumn Birding Festival is a weekend long event that is in its 68th year, making it the longest-running birding festival in North America. Birders from around the state and country gather to this migration hotspot to witness the spectacle of fall migration in New Jersey.
Every year, on the second Saturday in May, dozens of teams of birders search the fields, woods, marshes, and coastlines of New Jersey to try to find as many species of birds as possible in a single sleepless, twenty-four hour day of birding called The World Series of Birding, organized by New Jersey Audubon.
by Sarah Toner “Tweets” from CMBObirds, October 29, 2010 FWD: S. WHittle: 530am dozens of birds on street and low flying beach ave and cape may mall. FWD: RichardCrossley: lots yrwa overhead. Lots heth,sparrows,nofl etc. read more >>
By Billy Kaselow New Jersey, though it is very urban, has a treasure trove of birding hotspots such as Garret Mountain, the Meadowlands, Brigantine, and, of course, Cape May. But above all, my favorite place read more >>