Winter Coastal Birding Lecture
Tuesday, December 13, 2022 at 6:30pm

While many people do not visit the Jersey coast during the fall or winter, birds find it a great place to migrate through and spend the colder months.  New Jersey has 127 miles of Atlantic coastline, which provides habitat for thousands of bird species.  Many may think that in fall and winter all the birds have flown south, but it is a great time to get out and look for migrants from the north, such as, fall migrants, sea ducks, loons, grebes, alcids, and uncommon gulls.  Come and learn what and where to find these visitors from the north with photographer and author Susan Puder.