Cape May, NJ | Oct. 23–27, 2020
Cape May, at the southern tip of New Jersey, is one of the world’s most famous birding hotspots! During fall migration, birds concentrate at the bottom of the New Jersey peninsula, which is bordered on one side by the Atlantic Ocean and on the other by the Delaware Bay, creating a funnel for migrants—especially in the fall. Cape May, New Jersey, has the best birds of prey vantage point in North America.
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Posted by Sarah Clark | Thu, 25 Jun 2020
Depending upon your physique, a conventional neck strap toting a full-sized binocular makes for some severe fatigue after a long session of birding. And while a crisscross harness’s design redistributes the weight more evenly across the back and shoulders, I’ve never found them to be the most comfortable. On my first excursion to Magee Marsh...
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