A Red-shouldered Hawk in My Garden 2015


Cape May, NJ - Hawks normally are considered predators who catch and consume mice, squirrels, rabbits, and … [Read more...]

Shifting Sands at Cape May’s Cove – A Tale of Two Beaches 2015


Cape May, NJ - If you haven't been in Cape May since early autumn,  you'll be surprised when you make the trek … [Read more...]

Cape May Birders Win International Competition in Israel


CAPE MAY, NJ - Not only can Cape May claim one of the world’s best birding places and some of the best birders, … [Read more...]

Cape May Bald Eagles – Coming to a Tree Near You! 2015


CAPE MAY, NJ -  When my neighbor asked me if I wanted to see a Bald Eagle, I said sure. Who wouldn’t want to see … [Read more...]

Cape May Birds Surviving Record February 2015 Cold


Cape May, NJ - While Cape May has escaped the incessant blizzards of early 2015, our birds are struggling. Record … [Read more...]

April on the Beach


Cape May, NJ - The oyster catchers were there, eating clams on the half shell.  They didn't seem to mind that … [Read more...]

After the Storm: Beach Erosion


Cape May, NJ - The morning after the latest winter Nor'easter, something definitely was missing on Cove Beach.    … [Read more...]

Great Blue Herons in a Tough Cape May Winter


Cape May, NJ - While a majority of Great Blue Herons migrate to areas farther south of Cape May for the winter, … [Read more...]

Woodcock Surviving the Deep Freeze in Cape May


Cape May, NJ - For American Woodcock who winter over in Cape May, food is always the issue. They get their … [Read more...]

Cape May Snowy Owls – Arctic Invaders


Cape May Point, NJ - South Jersey beach goers are being treated to a rare phenomenon this winter.  One or two … [Read more...]