Thank you for visiting our team page. Veteran associate naturalists Linda Mack, Carole Hughes, and me truly enjoy spending the entire day of New Jersey Audubon's World Series of Birding tromping around Sandy Hook, scouring its varied habitats that always offer a wide composition of birds, from waterbirds through raptors & shorebirds to nesting & migrant songbirds. Weather plays a critical role in the day's species total, so it's hard to estimate how many birds we'll tally (we've had as low as 70 due to hard rain and fog, to highs in the low 140's). Our average is generally around 120-125 species.
We love the hook, and look forward to seeing many familiar faces and hope to see some new ones. Keep your fingers crossed for good winds and weather!
One behalf of my co-leaders Linda Mack and Carole Hughes, thank you very much for your support of New Jersey Audubon's All Things Birds.