Cape May Bird Observatory, Cape May Point

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#9 of 18 in Wildlife in Cape May County
Wildlife Area · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
The Cape May Bird Observatory was founded in 1975 in Cape May, New Jersey, United States and is sponsored by the New Jersey Audubon Society. The purpose of the Cape May Bird Observatory is to conduct research, encourage conservation, and organize educational and recreational birding activities. It consists of two separate centers: the Center for Research and Education near Cape May Court House in the central part of Cape May County, and the Northwood Center in Cape May Point.
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  • Always love coming to Cape May for the birds! The nature center has great habitat with short walking paths to view birds in natural habitat. Got some great photos of a Black-throated Blue Warbler...  more »
  • Birding during the Cape May Festival was fantastic. I was also able to find some hard to locate birding books. Most of the feeders were empty or nearly so. The staff was friendly and informative.  more »

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