By: Clay Sutton and Patricia Sutton
432 pages, 50 colour photos, 20 maps
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 tens of thousands of raptors, songbirds, shorebirds, and seabirds. In this lavishly illustrated guide, Cape May birders can find out exactly when and where in the region to go, what birds they're likely to see, why the birds are there, and what factors could affect the birds' behaviour.
Part I: Through the Seasons at Cape May; Part II: A Cape May Primer; Part III: An Ornithological History.
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