There is never any shortage of things to do when Spring arrives. After this long hard winter, Spring couldn’t be more welcome. Did you know that New Jersey is a haven for birds and birders come Spring? Grab your binoculars and try something new while exploring the wilds of New Jersey. Pine Belt Chevrolet has some ideas for you on where the birding is best.
Institute Woods in Princeton is 400 acres for Warblers migrating from their winter hideaway. They aren’t large birds but they come in 50 species with beautiful colors of white, brown, yellow and more. Warblers can also be found in Parvin State Park in Pittsgrove along with barred owls, Louisiana waterthrush and spot gnatcatchers.
Along the Shore
A five-mile stretch of shoreline at Sandy Hook is where you will find loons and white-throated sparrows. Low tide is a great time for watching shorebirds hunt for food. South Cape May Meadows also has a plethora of shorebirds, nesting birds and migrating raptors (hawks), one of the grandest birdwatching spectacles in North America.
In Bernardsville, the Scherman-Hoffman Sanctuary is the location of fields, streams, floodplains and forest. Because of this huge diversity of habitats, more than 60 species of birds nest here every year. Not only do nesters come here, but it’s the best place in New Jersey to view the many migrating flocks that rest here before continuing along their journey.
Stop in at Pine Belt Chevrolet
What besides binoculars would make your Spring bird watching experience perfect? How about a trip to the hottest car dealerships in NJ for a brand new Chevrolet Camaro convertible or a sunroof covered and zippy Chevy Cruze? Pack your gear in a roomy #ChevySonic hatchback from THE hottest Chevrolet dealers NJ, Pine Belt Chevrolet, and head out on your way. Get reacquainted with the wilds of New Jersey. Find the birder in you. Check Pine Belt Chevrolet at www.pinebeltchevrolet.com.
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