November – the month of early nights, crimson sunsets, and being thankful for all of the charm that Cape May offers year-round. I hold a particular fondness for November because Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday and my family has a tradition of spending this week celebrating down the shore. I… Read more »
You might say Cape may is a butterfly mecca. In September you might see as many as 100 different kinds of butterflies. Sometimes you have to look real hard to find them, but on this day, our photographer Michelle Bumm found them right before her very eyes as she took a walk along Beach Avenue.
Peaceful, picturesque Lake Lily has had a swashbuckling past.
You might see over 100 different kinds of butterflies in Cape May County, but only if you explore spring through fall and only if you visit as many different habitats as possible.
This article originally appeared in the June 2007 issue of Cape May Magazine. With spring and summer come the brighter colors of fruiting trees and pretty flowers that photographers crave for to make photographs. Now that is all well and dandy but if you think about it, you will start to understand that most flowers… Read more »
My younger sister is both a birder and a librarian. That’s about it. Give her a bird and a book and she is SO happy. She migrates every Spring and Fall to Cape May Point , NJ , to witness the great bird migrations there. The Point is a major stopover for about 1000 gigabytes… Read more »
They’re beach lovers who run in and out of the waves and are a staple at the Jersey Shore.
It’s been this way throughout human history. Humans approach. Birds fly away. On May 15, human ingenuity and bird-evasive skills go head to head on birding in the world’s greatest natural treasure hunt.
Earth Day is 40 years old this April. And to celebrate, the Cape May Film Society is hosting a special Green Film Series and kicking it off with one of the best environmental film to come along in years.
The Cape May Reef is man-made and is the largest artificial reef, at 4.5 square miles, and the oldest artificial reef site in New Jersey.