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Birding in the Pines

Come birding with your guide to see the unique birds that call the Pine Barrens home


Birding in the Pinelands can be a challenging experience, since finding the birds is often a matter of being in the right place at the right time, especially for those migratory species that overwinter in Southern New Jersey. On this Adventure, we will meet at the Speedwell entrance to the beautiful Franklin Parker Preserve for a leisurely birding hike through forests and wetlands. We will look for interesting birds that are resident or just passing through the area. Led by Jennifer Bulava, Burlington County Parks Senior Naturalist. Space is limited, so register early! We recommend wearing comfortable hiking shoes and bringing water, binoculars, and a camera.

Meeting place is the Speedwell entrance to Franklin Parker Preserve. Directions available here: