The Cape May Year
Many places lay claim to being the No1 birding hotspot in the world – and Cape May has one of the strongest claims! Famous as one of North America’s most spectacular migration traps, it bristles with birds during autumn, but what’s it like to live there year round? This talk looks at the Cape May year – from winter Harlequin Ducks to the heady days of summer and back to winter, via magical spring and autumn migration. Prepare for an exciting trip!
Venue - Aylmerton Village Hall, NR11 8PX. Please park along Church Road or in the overflow car park at the church (coming into Aylmerton from the A148, turn left immediately after the church and left into the car park but bring a torch for the 150m walk along the road to the hall). Please ensure that local residents can still access their driveways and there is sufficient clearance for agricultural vehicles to use the road. A torch might also be helpful, as the village has no street lighting. To keep the club's carbon footprint small, please consider car sharing