Tuesday, June 12, 2012

WELCOME BIRDWATCHERS

BIRD WATCHERS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME

WE OFFER EARLY COFFEE AND A BAG BREAKFAST
TO GET YOUR DAY STARTED


Cape May has long been an important layover spot for migrating birds.They are closely followed by droves of avid birdwatchers, binoculars at the ready.

Already this year, a few Summer Tanagers, Red-eyed Vireos, and Blue-winged Warblers have been seen. Double-crested Cormorants are being spotted throughout the peninsula these days, and the first Sandpipers of the season are busily running up and down the shoreline.

Guided walks to such bird-rich destinations as Belleplain State Forest, Cape May Point State Park, and Higbee Beach are informative and fun.

Bird watching boat trips also take place frequently; they run every weekend and many Mondays, Thursdays, and Fridays as well. Try a Salt Marsh Safari or Back Bay Birding by Boat. The best way to see waterfowl is to visit them in their own element.

The Osprey offers Birding by Boat tours daily. The Cape May Bird Observatory offers talks, walks, and other birding events on a regular basis. Cape May Point State Park is always open.
Many guests of our Cape May Bed and Breakfast are birders. These folks know that while special birding events are fun and informative, there are innumerable opportunities to see birds in and around Cape May, any day of the week.

Any time is a good time for bird lovers to spend a few days at our Cape May Bed and Breakfast. Clean your binoculars and make your reservations soon.

1 comment:

  1. While im not a big bird expert; the Birding by Boat Tours seem like a great way to get some fresh air, tread water, and peruse upon some of our aviary friends. The bag breakfast is also a great offering for those that are starting the day by heading out.

    My name is Marc, and aside from being a fan of breakfast and birds, I also work with Bescover.

    We have a pretty comprehensive online directory of Bed and Breakfasts. Please feel free to post comments or information about your B&B on our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/Bescover , perhaps even a link to this blog. Our community would love to hear more about regional events such as this one.

    Thanks for the good read. Have a great week.

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