|Monarch along the trail at Cape May Point State Park.|
|Field Naturalist Lindsey Cathcart discusses monarch |
migration at the tagging demo 9/21/18.
There is something we can promise: each day this weekend, and every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday through Oct. 14, our Field Naturalists and volunteers will present one of our Monarch Tagging Demos at 2:00 pm in Cape May Point State Park. There is no fee for these programs, which are held under the east picnic shelter in the park (that's the one next to the Hawk Watch Platform).
|Good numbers of Ospreys have been migrating over Cape May Point.|
Since we mentioned the Hawk Watch, it's worth noting that there are many reasons for nature enthusiasts to visit Cape May Point at this season. One of the most popular activities is watching the hawk migration. Monarch numbers have been modest so far this year, but every day in Cape May is rewarding for lovers of nature.