The Birds of Cape May, Delaware and Maryland

Some interesting birds fly through Cape May, New Jersey in late September. From Vermont, it takes us almost eight hours to drive to Cape May and as we enter this historic resort town, a Welcome Center stands off to the right next to the highway. This is Exit 0 off of the Garden State Parkway. … Continue reading The Birds of Cape May, Delaware and Maryland

Birds, Blueberries and the Bold Coast

The blueberry barrens of Columbia, Maine stretch out far and wide, and cover the land like a carpet. The area hosts a variety of inland bird species such as the Upland Sandpiper and Vesper Sparrow. The land is now owned by Wyman's, and is anything but barren. According to the company website, the blueberry fields … Continue reading Birds, Blueberries and the Bold Coast

Birds and History on the New Hampshire Seacoast

Sauntering through the trails at Odiorne State Park in Portsmouth, New Hampshire is interesting because it is one of the hottest birding spots around and there is a rich cultural history here as well. Not only can one see a myriad of bird species during migration, but the physical landscape and monuments are testament to … Continue reading Birds and History on the New Hampshire Seacoast

The Magic of Monhegan Island, Maine.

In the early morning hours of Friday, September 13th, our Ipswich River Audubon group scrambled into the vans with coffee in hand. It was (yawn) 5:30 a.m. and the sun had not yet risen. The only unlucky thing about that Friday the 13th was that I spilled Latte all over the van's cup holders, and … Continue reading The Magic of Monhegan Island, Maine.