For full details, click here, or visit the Mauricetown or Citizens United websites. Our very own Pete Dunne will be on the viewing platform to answer all your Purple Martin questions!
Stacked up and ready to go - Purple Martins are waiting to meet you in huge numbers this coming weekend [photo by Mike Crewe].
Bunker Pond continues to attract a great range of birds at the moment, with Marbled Godwit and 15 Stilt Sandpipers there this morning. The juvenile Gull-billed Tern is still present and food-begging from Common Terns - and they are feeding it! This morning we also saw it successfully trawl a couple of water beetles out of the pond.
Marbled Godwit at Bunker Pond this morning.
This juvenile Gull-billed Tern continues to put on a good show at Bunker Pond right now [photo by Karl Lukens].
This molting adult Black Tern is one of two that could be seen around Cape May Point this past weekend [photo by Karl Lukens].
These two rather scruffy immature Brown Pelicans could be seen patrolling Cape May waters last weekend [photo by Sam Galick].
Sandwich Terns are always much sought after at Cape May. The adult (with head turned away) and juvenile seen here hung around for a couple of days over the weekend [photo by Sam Galick].