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Category: Nature and Wildlife

Zoo School goes virtual during the shutdown

The Cape May County Zoo is closed to visitors right now, but if you were looking forward to Zoo School (or if you live out of state and have never been able to attend), you’re in luck! Weekday mornings at 11:30, they’re releasing a video about a particular animal as a part of their new… Read more »


A Beach Walk in November

  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 »


Butterflies in Cape May

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.


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