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Birds of Cape May

Kevin Karlson

Birds of Cape May

by Kevin Karlson

  • 307 Want to read
  • 5 Currently reading

Published by Schiffer Pub. in Atglen, PA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Photography of birds,
  • Birds,
  • Pictorial works,
  • Wildlife photography

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [254]) and index.

    StatementKevin T. Karlson ; additional photographs by Lloyd Spitalnik
    ContributionsSpitalnik, Lloyd
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL684.N5 K37 2010
    The Physical Object
    Pagination256 p. :
    Number of Pages256
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25287491M
    ISBN 100764335340
    ISBN 109780764335341
    LC Control Number2010924612
    OCLC/WorldCa475457645

    Well, we’re sure the birds have been in on the secret for longer but bird observers – among them John Audubon, who set out to paint and describe all the birds of North America – have found Cape May, West Cape May, and Cape May Point to be a migratory Mecca for our fine feathered friends.   The book includes pages of text, maps, site descriptions (including precise directions to finding sites), a seasonal checklist of Cape May birds, summaries of hawk and seabird counts, short historical accounts of Cape May, more than black and white and color photos, weather and birding at the Cape, a butterfly list of Cape May, and.

    Their latest book, Birds and Birding at Cape May (Stackpole Books, ), is the in-depth result of their efforts over many years documenting and protecting the migration and the Cape May area that they so love. This landmark book is a complete guide to birds and birding for the Cape May region, covering what to see, when, where, and how to go. The Bird House of Cape May at The West End Garage West Perry Street Cape May, NJ ()

    Hour Bird Watching Cruise in Cape May. Cruise around the harbor waters of Cape May for a bird watching adventure full of beautiful sights. Your professional captain guides you through salty marshes and inland waters where a variety of feathered flyers nest.   What makes the Cape May peninsula a key destination for migrating birds is its diversity. Here you will find upland forests, forested wetlands, salt .


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Birds of Cape May by Kevin Karlson Download PDF EPUB FB2

If you have any interest in birds and can visit the East Coast, Cape May, New Jersey is the place to go. The book explains its importance Birds of Cape May book the need to preserve and protect it. Yes, the book's title says it's about birds and it is, but the real emphasis in on /5(6).

This is a very early David Sibley book and, although some of the migration patterns and dates may have changed slightly sincehis intimate knowledge of habitat and behavior the birds of Cape May county and where to best view them is still very relevant.4/5(1). It features a complete Cape May bird list and a description of the region's history complemented by images that show how Cape May has changed over the years, and how it has stayed the same.

Inspire a love of reading with Prime Book Box for Kids Discover delightful children's books with Prime Book Box, a subscription that delivers new books /5(18). Published by Cape May Bird Observatory. Publishing history: First edition published in Completely revised, expanded, and updated edition published in This book is an annotated checklist compiling over years of records of over species of birds recorded in Cape May County, New Jersey.

Classic book on bird life in southern New Jersey. It has an entry for each bird species Stone observed, along with dates of observation (for uncommon species) and much information about the birds' natural history. Useful for anyone interested in New Jersey's birds/5.

First-ever birding guide to this celebrated siteInsider advice on 33 popular places and lesser-known hot spotsDescribes birding opportunities any time of the yearGeography, topography, weather patterns, and unique natural features make Cape May, New Jersey, one of the most important birding sites in North America/5(13).

This fun and informative volume, "Season at the Point: The Birds and Birders of Cape May", turns the tables on birders during Cape May, New Jersey's Autumn Hawk Watch. Jack Conner observed and interviewed people who gravitate to Cape May's 3 1/2-month annual migration and its impressive recorded avian s: 5.

Bird Studies at Old Cape May by Stone, Witmer and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Welcome to the Cape May Plant & Wildlife Guide This guide to the flora and fauna of Cape May County, in southern New Jersey is intended as a photo gallery to showcase the wonderful wildlife that can be found in the region, as well as to act as a resource for identification - especially for such large groups as insects and plants.

National Geographic lists Cape May as a World’s Best destination for birding. Here is what they say: The narrow peninsula at Cape May acts as a bird funnel, bringing in songbirds during their spring and fall migrations.

At dawn on a good day, legendary Higbee Beach offers front-row seats to a feathered fashion show: A steady procession flies by, each bird intent on finding a place to rest as. If birds are good judges of excellent climate, Cape May has the finest climate in the United States, for it has the greatest variety of birds.

—Alexander Wilson Few places in North America have been birded longer or have more birding advocates than Cape May, New Jersey. Fewer still can offer better bird watching.

From warblers to wading birds, falcons to finches, Cape May is unconditionally. Genre/Form: Field guides: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sibley, David, Birds of Cape May.

Cape May, N.J.: New Jersey Audubon Society's Cape May Bird Observatory,   New Jersey's southern Cape is host to huge annual bird migrations, making Cape May one of the best bird-watching locations in the world.

Over species have been spotted here. See exquisite photographs that present shore, prey, and song birds commonly seen at Cape May in lively action and flight : Having had the opportunity to band raptors at Cape May and meet many of the people in this book while witnessing the phenomena of Fall migration this read was a no-brainer.

I was addicted. There is so much great information about birds, Cape May, migration, and some of the superstars of birding in this book that it is incredible/5. Clay and Pat Sutton are veteran naturalists and longtime residents of Cape May County.

Clay is the coauthor, with David Sibley and Pete Dunne, of Hawks in Flight (). Together, they've written How to Spot an Owl () and How to Spot Hawks&Eagles ().

This is a must-have book for every bird lover, carver Author: Clay Sutton. About this book Geography, topography, weather patterns, and unique natural features make Cape May, New Jersey, one of the most important birding sites in North America. Throughout the year, especially during spring and fall, thousands of birders travel to Cape May from around the country -- and across the ocean -- to witness the arrival of.

Schiffer Publishing Birds of Cape May, New Jersey - New Jersey's southern Cape is host to huge annual bird migrations, making Cape May one of the best bird-watching locations in the world. Over species have been spotted here. See exquisite photographs that present shore, prey, and song birds commonly seen at Cape May in lively action and flight.

Cape May Birds by the Month. Observations and tips for birding the Cape May, New Jersey area every month of the year from noted author and Cape May resident Paul Kerlinger. Paul Kerlinger writes a monthly column on bird migration "Birds on the Move" for BirdWatching magazine.

Bird Studies at Old Cape May. by Witmer Stone. A complete ornithology of coastal New Jersey. Thoroughly documented and accurately detailed, with an erudite text and splendid illustrations, this is a tremendous achievement on the science of the bird world.

Filled with the authors' photos, this book offers insider information that will help any birder make the most of a visit. It features a complete Cape May bird list and a description of the region's history complemented by images that show how Cape May has changed /5(15). Birds of Cape May by David Sibley available in Trade Paperback onalso read synopsis and reviews.

Cart | | my account | wish list | help | Avibase - Bird Checklists of the World Cape May. This checklist includes all bird species found in Cape May, based on the best information available at this time.

It is based on a wide variety of sources that I collated over many years. I am pleased to offer these checklists as a service to birdwatchers.Born in Yorkshire, Richard first visited Cape May, USA after graduating, and moved there in after falling in love with the birding and town.

After 20 years of hiding in the business world while raising his family (with wife Debra, 2 kids and a dog – all blondes), Richard co-authored the successful The Shorebird Guide.