Posts Tagged ‘Cape May Bird Observatory’

Cape May gration Shorebird and Horsecrab Feastival May 16 – 19, 2013

May 15th, 2013 by johnmatusiak


Cape May is a premier birding destination. May migration is an exciting time at the New Jersey shore. The Bacchus Inn is proud to provide accommodations for birders who wish to immerse themselves in the shore habitat for a few days.

Cape May Point State Park offers many trails to enjoy Cape May birding. Several varieties of birds can be seen in the Cape May beach wetlands.  The Cape May Bird Observatory host many birding experts who are available for private and scheduled tours.

One such event is:Cape May gration Shorebird and Horsecrab Feastival May 16 – 19, 2013. For more information about this event dial: 609.884.2736. Cape May Bird Observatory is part of NJ Audubon Society.

World Series of Birding May 2013 Winners

May 15th, 2013 by johnmatusiak

This is an exciting time of year for New Jersey Birding. The Bacchus Inn would like to congratulate the 2013 winners of the World Series of Birding WSB.The winners for May of 2013 were as follows:

URNER STONE CUP (highest number total species) – 186

UMLY B. B. Kingfishers
(Youth Challenge Div C) sponsored by Upper Main Line YMCA

Ben Bussmann, Nathaniel Sharp, Austin Smith

STONE AWARD (2nd highest number total species) – 182

DVOC Loons:
Scott Fraser, Ian Lynch, Ken Lynch, Bill Reaume

STEARNS AWARD (3rd highest number total species) – 174

Diving Dabblers: 
Mark Boyd, Rodney Johnson, Matt Sabatine




The sounds of spring are returning to Cape May with the Birds

March 13th, 2011 by johnmatusiak

Cape May NJ has always been a birding destination. Each season there are thousands of visitors to Cape May Point Park and the Cape May Beaches searching for exotic birds. Spring kicks off each year and residents of Cape May are pleasantly serenaded by the birds return.

Spring returns to Cape May slowly. It is a promising time. The flowers are sprouting and the trees are just beginning to green. This is a great time for visitors to the Cape May Bird Observatory. Many prefer a quiet, pleasant stroll on a deserted beach that offers only the sounds of the surf and birds.

If you are looking for a nice excuse to get out of the house after a long, harsh winter, this may be a great time to do so.

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