Date - June 20, 2021
7:30 am - 10:30 am
Cape May Point State Park
Come for a leisurely stroll through the Cape May Point State Park. There is no entrance fee. Restrooms are available. Remember sunscreen and bug repellent.
Even though we are now in summer with most migrants having passed through northward, 186 species have been seen here in June and 197 in July, per eBird. With the varied habitat, a nice mix of species are possible. American Oystercatchers are nesting on the beach. The total walk covers 1 – 1.5 miles.
Meet at the Hawk Watch at 7:30 am. [Google Maps labels it as Cape May Bird Observation Deck.]
Trip Leader: Barb Bassett
Free to all members and non-members
RegisterAvailable Spaces: 20/20
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