Shorebird Migration

March 23, 2018

“Shorebird Migration”

Stephanie Feigin, wildlife ecologist for the nonprofit Conserve Wildlife Foundation (CWF), will present on the amazing hemisphere-wide migration of red knots and other at-risk shorebirds. New Jersey's Delaware Bay acts as the centerpiece of this globally renowned journey, as shorebirds descend to its shores each May to feast on horseshoe crab eggs.

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