Wednesday, May 20, 2020

The Cape May Spring Festival Goes Virtual

Among the wealth of birds you will experience virtually along the Delaware Bayshore are the dynamic Ruddy Turnstones as they feed among flocks of Red Knots and other shorebirds during their annual spring stopover – register for the Virtual Cape May Spring Festival online!

This weekend, May 23-24, the ever-popular Cape May Spring Festival will be presented worldwide on screen, virtually. Hosted by New Jersey Audubon, the 43rd Annual Spring Festival will feature legendary birding hotspots in the Cape May, New Jersey area, including Higbee Beach, South Cape May Meadows, Delaware Bay migration stopover sites, the Atlantic Coast, and Belleplain State Forest. Webinar-style presentations about these locations mixed with educational topics will be provided live by some of America’s most knowledgeable birders including New Jersey Audubon staff and keynote speakers.

For more information about the Virtual Cape May Spring Festival see https://njaudubon.org/cape-may-spring-festival/