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Birdwatching in Cape May (All Regions) "A Taste of Autumn Migration"

By: Steve Evans(Author)
Runtime: 75 min, rating: E
Manufacturer: Isabelline Films
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Cape May, New Jersey is North America's Premier migration hotspot during Autumn.

Its key location on the eastem flyway and its unique peninsular configuration attract huge concentrations of migratory birds, including many species of Warbler. It's also a well known staging post for Raptors heading South.

The variety of quality habitats found at Cape May help to attract migrating birds. Here you will find upland forest, wetlands, saltmarsh, fresh water lakes, swamps, beaches and grassland. The authors spent a week here in late September 2013 and managed to film over ninety species of bird (see table of contents). The disc features features narration by the producer.


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Contents

Species list:

- Shoveler
- American Wigeon
- Blue-winged Teal
- Bald Eagle
- Osprey
- Sharp-shined Hawk
- Coopers Hawk
- Northern Harrier
- American Kestrel
- Peregrine Falcon
- Merlin
- Turkey & Black Vulture
- Great & Snowy Egret
- Great Blue
- Little Blue
- Green
- Tri-coloured
- Black Night & Yellow-crowned Night  Heron
- Glossy Ibis
- Double-crested Cormorant
- Sora Rail
- American Herring
- Great Black-backed
- Ring-billed & Laughing Gull
- Black Skimmer
- Royal
- Caspian & Forster's Tern
- Killdeer
- Semi-palmated & Piping Plover
- American Avocet
- Greater & Lesser Yellowlegs
- Solitary
- Stilt
- Semi-palmated
- Western & Least Sandpiper
- Belted Kingfisher
- Common Nighthawk
- Northern Flicker
- Yellow-bellied Sapsucker
- Red-bellied & Downey Woodpecker
- Mourning Dove
- Cedar Waxwing
- Brown Creeper
- Grey Catbird
- Northern Mockingbird
- Brown Thrasher
- Eastern Bluebird
- Hermit Thrush
- American Robin
- Eastern Phoebe
- Trail Flycatcher
- Northern Cardinal
- Ruby-throated Hummingbird
- Red-eyed & Blue-headed Vireo
- Ruby-crowned & Golden-crowned Kinglet
- Northern Waterthrush
- Ovenbird
- Black & White
- Palm
- Pine
- Tennessee
- Black-throated Blue
- Myrtle
- Blackpoll
- Cape May & Magnolia Warbler
- Common Yellowthroat
- Northern Parula
- American Redstart
- Blue Jay
- American & Fish Crow
- Boat-tailed Grackle
- Red-winged Blackbird
- Carolina Wren
- Blue-gray Gnatcatcher
- Savannah
-  Field
- Chipping & Swamp Sparrow
- House Finch
- Indigo Bunting & Brown-headed Cowbird

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By: Steve Evans(Author)
Runtime: 75 min, rating: E
Manufacturer: Isabelline Films
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