The CMBO Century Run team seeks out Summer Tanager!
NOTE: Registration for the CMBO Century Run is closed. We're at the limit of our capacity and cannot accept additional participants. You can still make a difference by making a pledge or donation in support of the team. Your gift will allow us to continue our mission of research, education, and training the conservation leaders of tomorrow.
The Cape May Bird Observatory Century Run team is a great way to raise money for CMBO and to see and hear lots of birds in a fun, stress-free environment! We ride together in a "magic bus", we don't get up too early (planning on a 5:00 a.m. start), and we don't travel too far (Cape May County only), but because of the rich bird diversity in and around Cape May County we still manage to see a whole lot of birds!
This group is great for all people, from beginning birders to seasoned veterans. The name of the game here is FUNDRAISING with an emphasis on the F-U-N !!
This year's team captain is Brian Moscatello, so for more information please email Brian at email@example.com.
Not-so-fine print: all Century Run participants are expected to raise or donate
at least $1 per species of bird. That amounts to roughly $115 per participant. Our 2016 team goal is $10,000 so we hope you'll help us meet and exceed our goal this year! All funds raised go to support our migration monitoring efforts, our conservation leadership training, and our public outreach.
UPDATE: The 2016 Century Run Team has received $6,894 in donations so far, with $1,197 in outstanding pledges! MANY THANKS to our generous team members and their supporters!
In addition to the online donations shown in the "Donor Roll", the following donations have been received by check:
April Adams & Dinkel S. Bhatia, $268
Alida Ammon, $20
Jody Andreatch, $70
Bella Vida Cafe, $234
Kevin Buckley, $200
Cape Island Home & Gardens, $134
Cape May Market, $134
Kyle Chelius, $134
Sam & Risa Coscia, $230
Dana & Tom Crock, $267
Steve Croghan, $133
Susan Daigle-Leach, $34
Roger Dillon, $268
Patti Domm, $310
Roberta Ferro, $150
Gary Goldstein, $150
Shawn Guldeen, $67
Marie Kassai, $30
Kilkenny House / O'Donovan's Pub, $100
Todd Klein, $134
Karl Lukens, $134
Martin B. Miller, $134
Martha & Ron Nash, $25
Carl Rigney, $147
Swain's Hardware, $250
Al B. Wesolowsky, $134
Red-headed Woodpecker - What a gorgeous find!
Will we score a Canada Warbler this year?
Feeding the team!
We work hard for the birds- so quality foraging during our Century Run is a must!
The opinions expressed here are not necessarily those of NJ Audubon.