At the observatory, there are so many different birds, you have to be really experienced to identify them all. I saw sparrows, grackle, thrush and some kind of bluebird. I think I saw a peregrine falcon. Of course, many egrets and swans. Even if you're not at the observatory, the whole Cape May Point is a bird sanctuary, and most people have bird feeders in their yards. Hummingbirds are numerous. If you walk or bicycle around the point, you can stop and use your binoculars almost anywhere. The beaches are not as manicured as Cape May itself, and thus more unspoiled. I much prefer the Point to Cape May, although both are charming.
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