Jason Denesevich will take us through a pictorial tour of a year of birding at Sandy Hook. Sandy Hook acts as a migrant trap, with a variety of habitats from grassland, forest, sandy beaches to marshlands providing food and shelter for hundreds of species of migratory birds. Many birds stop at Sandy Hook for a quick meal before moving south to their winter home, while other birds spend the winter at Sandy Hook. Many of his pictures appear in NJ Audubon, and Cornell University.
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Earlier Event: December 12"Sparrows and Sparrow People," Rick Wright
Later Event: February 13"The Bog Turtle, New Jersey's State Reptile," Bill Pitts, NJ Fish & Wildlife