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Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at New Jersey Audubon https://t.co/GLCNmvKD8w 4 16
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Governor Murphy Announces Historic Acquisition of Former Rail Line and Intent to Create New 9-Mile Linear State Par… https://t.co/L26X0u4B08 3 13
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Save The Date - May 14th, 2022

NJ Audubon's World Series of Birding

Art by Julian Hough https://t.co/fMF4TWeAQO
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The cheeky little winter wren can really belt out a tune for its size.

A species of special concern in NJ related… https://t.co/P7ZsJCW3aM
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Arguably one of North America's most beautiful ducks, the wood duck.

The definition of skittish - they take off wi… https://t.co/MsnkPadmCj
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Dark-eyed juncos are medium sized sparrows often associated with the arriving snow, which is where they got the nic… https://t.co/MM0DVDzMRi 2 17
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Congratulations to the Richard Kane Conservation and Patricia F. Kane Environmental Education Award winners Kelly S… https://t.co/YwH007Y6Sh 1 5
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Monarch butterflies make their way to Mexico, with stops in New Jersey https://t.co/7fMxY9PC3k via @nbcnews 2 10
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The Cusp of a Wildlife Protection Renaissance - https://t.co/PlFxGTMpWM 3 3
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Birds, Monarch Butterflies Flap Their Wings at NJ Audubon's Cape May Fall Festival

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Monarch mania: Butterflies swarm Cape May for fall migration https://t.co/dqxtng6TDs via @6abc 2 11
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Look Up! An Introduction to Identifying Raptors in Flight https://t.co/KtnSsPNXkF via @audubonsociety 0 9
@cmbobirds
While the main surge of migrants has passed, summer is a great time to observe bird behavior! Yellow-billed Cuckoos… https://t.co/AuD63zKnzn 1 17
@cmbobirds
Even with May behind us, there’s no reason to stop birding! Cape May has been treated to a host of rarities from al… https://t.co/mfyrTZ6KCo 9 67
@cmbobirds
With May in the rearview mirror we've taken our last Friday morning Higbee Beach walk. We saw birds come and go and… https://t.co/Tj5FhTHVei 2 17
@cmbobirds
Well everyone, with 171 species for Cape May County, Off the Rails! managed to win our division! It was an incredib… https://t.co/EmFuIEBYZc 3 16
@cmbobirds
Hello everyone, with the big day behind us and a couple days of recovery under our belts, Off the Rails is happy to… https://t.co/XUHNTPctje 4 22

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@NJAudubon
Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at New Jersey Audubon https://t.co/GLCNmvKD8w
@NJAudubon
Governor Murphy Announces Historic Acquisition of Former Rail Line and Intent to Create New 9-Mile Linear State Par… https://t.co/L26X0u4B08
@NJAudubon
Save The Date - May 14th, 2022

NJ Audubon's World Series of Birding

Art by Julian Hough https://t.co/fMF4TWeAQO
@NJAudubon
The cheeky little winter wren can really belt out a tune for its size.

A species of special concern in NJ related… https://t.co/P7ZsJCW3aM
@NJAudubon
Arguably one of North America's most beautiful ducks, the wood duck.

The definition of skittish - they take off wi… https://t.co/MsnkPadmCj
@NJAudubon
Dark-eyed juncos are medium sized sparrows often associated with the arriving snow, which is where they got the nic… https://t.co/MM0DVDzMRi
@NJAudubon
Congratulations to the Richard Kane Conservation and Patricia F. Kane Environmental Education Award winners Kelly S… https://t.co/YwH007Y6Sh
@NJAudubon
Monarch butterflies make their way to Mexico, with stops in New Jersey https://t.co/7fMxY9PC3k via @nbcnews
@NJAudubon
The Cusp of a Wildlife Protection Renaissance - https://t.co/PlFxGTMpWM
@NJAudubon
Birds, Monarch Butterflies Flap Their Wings at NJ Audubon's Cape May Fall Festival

https://t.co/3xLYoDw56S
@NJAudubon
Monarch mania: Butterflies swarm Cape May for fall migration https://t.co/dqxtng6TDs via @6abc
@NJAudubon
Look Up! An Introduction to Identifying Raptors in Flight https://t.co/KtnSsPNXkF via @audubonsociety
@cmbobirds
While the main surge of migrants has passed, summer is a great time to observe bird behavior! Yellow-billed Cuckoos… https://t.co/AuD63zKnzn
@cmbobirds
Even with May behind us, there’s no reason to stop birding! Cape May has been treated to a host of rarities from al… https://t.co/mfyrTZ6KCo
@cmbobirds
With May in the rearview mirror we've taken our last Friday morning Higbee Beach walk. We saw birds come and go and… https://t.co/Tj5FhTHVei
@cmbobirds
Well everyone, with 171 species for Cape May County, Off the Rails! managed to win our division! It was an incredib… https://t.co/EmFuIEBYZc
@cmbobirds
Hello everyone, with the big day behind us and a couple days of recovery under our belts, Off the Rails is happy to… https://t.co/XUHNTPctje