Every Winter in Cambridge, Maryland, a vast array of ducks gather en masse at the dead end of an unassuming residential street. You can dive right into this birding hotspot, even if you are just a dabbler. Read More
Cape May, New Jersey is one of the top spots for birding in the world. Whether you are a casual observer armed with binoculars, a serious ornithologist, a naturalist or a photography hound… Cape May has it all. Read More
The Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge offers 14,000 acres of instant gratification. Famous feral ponies, pristine wetlands, unadulterated beaches, dunes, quiet coves, a Birders paradise and plentiful wildlife.
Summoned by the New and Full Moons in May and June, hordes of living fossils congregate on the shores of the Mid Atlantic to spawn their next generation. Migratory birds depend on the Horseshoe Crab for survival and these relatively unsung animals may have, literally, saved your life. Not only can you enjoy this event but you can help them succeed as well. Read More