Birds And Birding at Cape May

by Clay Sutton

Publisher: Stackpole Books

Written in English
Cover of: Birds And Birding at Cape May | Clay Sutton
Published: Pages: 568 Downloads: 664
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Subjects:

  • Birds (ornithology),
  • Nature,
  • Nature/Ecology,
  • North America,
  • Birds & Birdwatching - Guides,
  • United States - Mid Atlantic - New Jersey,
  • Birds & Birdwatching - General,
  • Bird Watching,
  • Birds,
  • Cape May,
  • New Jersey
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages568
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8000986M
ISBN 100811731340
ISBN 109780811731348
OCLC/WorldCa64335756

Cape May County Rare Bird Alert. You are no longer subscribed to this alert. Close. The report below shows observations of rare birds in Cape May County. Includes both unreviewed and reviewed/approved observations. Subscribe to this alert. Edit Alert Frequency. Send alerts daily. hourly. The Audubon Bird Guide is a free and complete field guide to more than species of North American birds, right in your pocket. More Guides & Resources John James Audubon's Birds of America. Over beautifully rendered color illustrations of common Cape Cod birds with species accounts that include locations where they may be found by birders. The informative text provides helpful advice on the best bird watching techniques and six field trips focusing on . Barnes: Most often passengers will be looking at waterbirds - everything from loons to ducks, gulls and terns. From late fall through early spring there are often hundred of Red-throated Loons, Surf Scoters, and Black Scoters.

Cape May Bird Observatory, Cape May Point: Hours, Address, Cape May Bird Observatory Reviews: 5/5 Birding during the Cape May Festival was fantastic. I was also able to find some hard to locate birding books. Most of the feeders were empty or nearly so. The staff was friendly and informative.5/5(71). Pursuant to the provisions of Article II, Section 4(c) of the Bylaws of the American Birding Association, Notice is hereby given to members of the American Birding Association, Inc. that the Annual Meeting of Members will be held on Saturday, 5 December at PM, at the ABA Headquarters in Delaware City, DE. MORE INFO>>. DVOC Main Page > Publications Page last updated Sunday, Octo Contact Information. TRACKING STONE'S TOME The dispersal of 1, copies of Bird Studies at Old Cape May. An article by Sandra L. Sherman in Volume 68 of Cassinia. The chapter titled "Swallow Clouds" from Edwin Way Teale's Autumn Across America, published in , contains lovely reminiscences of the author's . Fall Migration in Cape May To some birders, September and October are the best months for birding at Cape May, when migrating and resident songbirds, shorebirds, raptors, waders and seabirds add to the excitement of birding in this relatively small area.

About this book Geography, topography, weather patterns, and unique natural features make Cape May, New Jersey, one of the most important birding sites in North America. Throughout the year, especially during spring and fall, thousands of birders travel to Cape May from around the country -- and across the ocean -- to witness the arrival of.   Books, guides, free maps and first-rate advice are available at the Cape May Bird Observatory at Northwood Center ( East Lake Drive, Cape May Point; ). Its Web site, pemay. Cape May Warbler: Small warbler, olive-yellow upperparts, thick, black streaks on yellow underparts. Bright yellow face, chestnut-brown ear patch, black crown. Wings are dark with large white patches. First collected in Cape May, New Jersey in and not seen again in that area for over years.   Dunne founded the World Series of Birding, a madcap hour bird-a-thon held every May in New Jersey. He is the author of a dozen books on birding.

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Cape May Birds: A Folding Pocket Guide to Familiar Species in Cape May County (Wildlife and Nature by James Kavanagh Pamphlet $ Only 10 left in stock - order soon. Ships from and sold by Season at the Point: The Birds and Birders of Cape May by Thomas Connor Paperback $/5(16).

Birds and Birding at Cape May: What to See and When and Where to Go by Clay Sutton, Pat Sutton. NOOK Clay and Pat Sutton are veteran naturalists and longtime residents of Cape May County.

Clay is the coauthor, with David Sibley and Pete Dunne, of Hawks in Flight (). This is a must-have book for every bird lover, carver Author: Clay Sutton. First-ever birding guide to this celebrated siteInsider advice on 33 popular places and lesser-known hot spotsDescribes birding opportunities any time of the yearGeography, topography, weather patterns, and unique natural features make Cape May, New Jersey, one of the most important birding sites in North America/5(13).

Bird Studies at Old Cape May: An Ornithology of Coastal New Jersey Stone, Witmer; introduction by Roger Tory Peterson Published by Stackpole Books, Mechanicsburg, PA. Bird Studies at Old Cape May. by Witmer Stone. A complete ornithology of Birds And Birding at Cape May book New Jersey.

Thoroughly documented and accurately detailed, with an erudite text and splendid illustrations, this is a tremendous achievement on the science of the bird world.

Birds and Birding at Cape May: What to See and When and Where to Go eBook: Sutton, Clay, Sutton, Pat: : Kindle StoreReviews: First-ever birding guide to this celebrated siteInsider advice on 33 popular places and lesser-known hot spotsDescribes birding opportunities any time of the yearGeography, topography, weather patterns, and unique natural features make Cape May, New Jersey, one of the most important birding /5(15).

- Buy Birds and Birding at Cape May: What to See, When and Where to Go book online at best prices in India on Read Birds and Birding at Cape May: What to See, When and Where to Go book reviews & author details and Reviews:   Birding at Cape May Cape May in Spring.

The first harbingers of spring are the pintail pairing off in February, newly arrived red-winged Summer in Cape May. The doldrums of summer birding generally bypass Cape May.

The Stone Harbor Heronry plays host to Autumn at the Migration Mainline. National Geographic lists Cape May as a World’s Best destination for birding. Here is what they say: The narrow peninsula at Cape May acts as a bird funnel, bringing in songbirds during their spring and fall migrations.

At dawn on a good day, legendary Higbee Beach offers front-row seats to a feathered fashion show: A steady procession flies by, each bird intent on finding a place to rest as. Throughout the year thousands of birders travel to Cape May from around the country--and across the ocean--to witness the arrival of tens of thousands of raptors, songbirds, shorebirds, and.

The series now includes volumes on North American birds, butterflies, mammals, insects, advanced birding, the nature of New England, and the nature of the Midwest. His other books include Lives of North American Birds and Flights Against the Sunset. Kenn’s newest book is A Season on the Wind: Inside the World of Spring Migration.

And one of their favorite subjects is the birds, birding, and birders of Cape May. This well written book will engage you right from the first page and you will not want to put the book down at all until you have read the rich and fascinating history of birding in Cape May and discovered all /5.

Birds and Birding at Cape May is a must have both for those who have birded Cape May for many years and those who wish to make their first visit to Cape May.

The book includes pages of text, maps, site descriptions (including precise directions to finding sites), a seasonal checklist of Cape May birds, summaries of hawk and seabird counts.

Birds and Birding at Cape May: What to See and When and Where to Go eBook: Clay Sutton, Pat Sutton: : Kindle Store. Birds and birding at Cape May. [Clay Sutton; Patricia Sutton] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library.

Create Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 library. The book includes pages of text, maps, site descriptions (including precise directions to finding sites), a seasonal checklist of Cape May birds, summaries of hawk and seabird counts, short historical accounts of Cape May, more than black and white and color photos, weather and birding at the Cape, a butterfly list of Cape May, and.

About Richard Crossley. Richard Crossley is an internationally acclaimed birder, photographer and award winning author of ‘The Crossley ID Guide’ series.

Crazy, wildly passionate, driven and single-minded are just a few of the words used to describe his love of birding and the outdoors. Born in Yorkshire, Richard first visited Cape May, USA after graduating, and moved there in after falling.

Richard Crossley is an internationally acclaimed birder and photographer who has been birding since age 7. His love of the outdoors and his interest in teaching, design, and technology have shaped his unique vision for the future of birding and bird books.

He lives with his wife and two daughters in Cape May, New Jersey. Read More. Staff is helpful with questions about birding. Helped identify a bird I had photographed on the site just behind their headquarters. Also helpful with locations around Cape May to locate birds.

The center itself has a huge selection of books. Read more. Date of experience: October Helpful. Share.5/ TripAdvisor reviews. : Birds and Birding at Cape May: What to See and When and Where to Go: Connecting readers with great books since Used books may not include companion materials, some shelf wear, may contain highlighting/notes, may not include cdrom or Price: $ Bird Studies at Old Cape May book.

Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The birding classic republished in one volume; features detai /5. Insider information that will help any birder make the most of a visit to Cape May, New Jersey, one of the most important birding sites in North America, is offered in this guide that features a complete Cape May bird list and a description of the region's history.

Well, we’re sure the birds have been in on the secret for longer but bird observers – among them John Audubon, who set out to paint and describe all the birds of North America – have found Cape May, West Cape May, and Cape May Point to be a migratory Mecca for our fine feathered friends.

Cape May Bird Observatory East Lake Drive PO Box 3 Cape May Point, NJ Published by Cape May Bird Observatory Publishing history: First edition published in Completely revised, expanded, and updated edition published in This book is an annotated checklist compiling over years of records of over species of birds recorded in Cape May County, New Jersey.

Including nformation on status, migration timing, high counts, The Birds of Cape May Read. Read "Birds and Birding at Cape May What to See and When and Where to Go" by Clay Sutton available from Rakuten Kobo. First-ever birding guide to this celebrated site.

Insider advice on 33 popular places and lesser-known hot spots. Descri Brand: Stackpole Books. Cape May is considered the absolute best birding destination in North America to witness fall migration, especially for raptors. This migration trip is timed for the peak of land and sea birding diversity.

Red-throated and Common Loon, gannets and scoters, hawks and falcons are all migrating along the eastern seaboard. All books set in Cape May on the global book map.

We found 37 books set in Cape May and 25 others set nearby Toggle navigation. Map; About; Add a book Birds And Birding at Cape May by Clay Sutton.

No recommendations yet. Boardwalk memories: tales of the Jersey shore by Emil R. Salvini. The Cape May Fall Festival will be virtual.

New Jersey Audubon is offering the most complete virtual Fall Festival experience you will find anywhere on the Internet.

Our roster of speakers and presenters will capture the thrill of fall birding in Cape May, and our “roving reporters” will bring you up-to-the-minute action from Cape May.

Use our Bird Guide to identify birds, learn about the life history, listen to the sounds, and watch bird behavior on video--the most comprehensive guide to Nort.Their latest book, Birds and Birding at Cape May (Stackpole Books, ), is the in-depth result of their efforts over many years documenting and protecting the migration and the Cape May area that they so love.

This landmark book is a complete guide to birds and birding for the Cape May region, covering what to see, when, where, and how to go.Pelagic Birds: Shearwaters, Jaegers, Northern Gannets, Fulmar, Phalaropes, Kittiwakes, Loons, Razor Bills and Dovekies.

Other Species: Sharks (Hammerhead, Thresher, Great White), Sea turtles (Loggerhead, Leatherback, or Green), Oceanic Sunfish, False Albacore, Jellyfish and more!