New Jersey and New York Warblers: Birding on the Border

Sponsored by Joppa Flats
May 23, 2019 (Thursday) - May 26, 2019 (Sunday) (3 days)


New Jersey and New York


David Larson - Joppa Flats Science and Education Coordinator; MaryMargaret Halsey - Naturalist






Nonmembers can join today during checkout and take immediate advantage of member prices.

Northern New Jersey and adjacent areas in New York are very exciting birding destinations for breeding birds. This trip is about quality rather than quantity. We will concentrate on some of the more southerly warblers, including cerulean, Kentucky, worm-eating, and yellow-breasted chat. In addition to these species that are rarely seen in Eastern Massachusetts, we will visit a place that has breeding golden-winged warblers, a species recently lost as a breeder in Massachusetts. Of course, this trip is not just about warblers. We will be looking for other “southern specialties” including blue grosbeak and summer tanager, as well as cuckoos, flycatchers, and many more exciting species.

During our four-day trip, we have planned our itinerary to include some of the most productive birding areas in New Jersey (Garret Mountain Reservation, Bear Swamp, Forsythe NWR, Estelle Manor, Belleplain State Forest, and Fortescue Beach) and adjacent New York (Doodletown and Sterling Forest). Of course, we will keep up on sightings and may detour, depending on latest information.

The listed fees are for double occupancy. The additional fee for a single room is $500. Please call for a detailed brochure.

Instructions and Directions:

Final payment is due April 23. Trip leaders will send out trip materials after final payment is received, approximately two weeks prior to the trip's start date. Cancellations made within 30 days of departure cannot be refunded or credited unless we can fill your space.

Registration is required.
For your own security, DO NOT send credit card information via email.

For more information, contact:

1 Plum Island Turnpike
Newburyport, MA 01950