A bird a day keeps the doctor away.
Picture your ideal vacation in early June. Where are you?
There are unbelievable birding spots in and around Bergen County. Thanks to Bergen County Audubon Society, I’ve been introduced to a few.
For some of the best birding in South Jersey, I recommend a gem in the heart of the Pinelands.
In late October of last year, I was spending time with my family at our home in Morris County. It was morning and we were sitting downstairs together reading the newspaper. Suddenly, we heard a strange noise coming from above the flue in our fireplace.
In late October 2016, I was honored to join high school students from Barack Obama Green Charter High School in Plainfield at Duke Farms.
This Jersey Girl traveled Naples, Florida in December 2015 and saw 22 life birds in one week! I also worked on my digiscoping skills.
I was honored to observe state biologists band bald eaglet “E13” from a nest along Mantua Creek in Gloucester County, New Jersey.
Today, I helped New Jersey Audubon Society scientists record data on the resighting of this banded American Redstart. Such a beautiful warbler and a wonderful day birding on Sandy Hook (Gateway National Recreation Area, Highlands, New Jersey)! Arguably the best way to add a bird to your life list.
Today, I enjoyed a beautiful, warm and sunny, early spring day on Sandy Hook in Highlands, New Jersey. After the winter we had, today seemed like a long awaited miracle. I chose to spend my morning and early afternoon birding with a friend. We joined Monmouth County Audubon Society‘s walk and saw a ton of […]