Bird Watching

The Queen Victoria bnb, in Cape May, hosts many bird watchers each year. Our great location & luxury rooms the best in town. Cape May bird watching (or “birding”) is an inexpensive educational activity where people watch and learn about birds, their migration patterns, feeding preference, behaviors, their sounds and more. People may watch birds with binoculars; take pictures, video or simply watch with the naked eye. Cape may birding is something that is great for people of all ages and skill level. It can be a challenging rigorous outing or it can be leisurely and relaxing, which makes this a very popular activity.

The bird migration through Cape May, New Jersey occurs year round though the hot times are in the spring and fall. You will find some of the best birding locations in North America, which is no surprise since it is said that around one-million sea birds pass through each year. The diverse area offers nesting for over 140 different bird species which makes for the best Cape May bird watching.

SPECIES IN AND AROUND CAPE MAY: (according to the Bird House of Cape May)

  • Herons
  • Egrets
  • Laughing Gulls
  • Scarlet Tangers
  • Prothonotary Warblers
  • Yellow Warblers
  • Osprey
  • Yellow-breasted Chats
  • Peregrine Falcon
  • Bald Eagle
  • Red Tailed Hawk