New Jersey Audubon

monarchs on goldenrod

Postcard from Cape Monarch

Crossing the Delaware Bay on my way to New Jersey yesterday, migrating monarchs were flying past the ferry, and I was lucky enough to land at the same time as …

Red knots feeding on horseshoe crab eggs. Photo by Greg Breese, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

Saving the Beach to Save the Red Knot

For some, New Jersey is paved, industrial, and polluted, but for the red knot, New Jersey is life or death. Each year the red knot makes an awe-inspiring migration of …

Beach-nesting birds—like these black skimmers—were among the wildlife hit hardest by Hurricane Sandy.

Hurricane Sandy’s Impact on New Jersey’s Birds

This is a guest post by Eric Stiles of New Jersey Audubon Society. As New Jersey was very literally in the eye of the storm, Hurricane Sandy’s impact upon the …

The Biggest Event You’ve Never Heard Of: The World Series of Birding

It’s the biggest event you have never heard of.  Hundreds of people from all over the world gather each year in Cape May, New Jersey for a competitive birding event …

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