You may already know that Cape May is one of the top birding sites in the world. But, what if you’re not a knowledgeable birder? Those other people will know everything about every detail and you will be stuck like an ignorant lummox. Wrong!
The Cape May Bird Observatory has lots of informal walks and talks where the new birder will feel welcome and comfortable. For example, Tuesday June 26 at 10 am, there will be a relaxed photo walk around Cape May Point with Scott Whittle. He is a professional photographer and an instructor for bird photography workshops.
On Wednesday, June 27, at 9:30 am, Mike Crewe and a team of naturalists will lead a group around Cape May Point and the hawk watching platform to see both breeding birds and the visitors just passing through.
June 28, the program is called A Bird Walk for All People at 9:30 am, and they’ll guarantee that you’ll see at least twenty species – and they’ll lend you the binoculars. Contact us for reservations for any of these dates.