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NJ Audubon's Nature Center of Cape May

NJ Audubon's Nature Center of Cape May

1600 Delaware Ave
Cape May, NJ 08204

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HOURS: Check our website for hours seasonally!
CALL:  (609) 898-8848
EMAIL(gretchen.whitman@njaudubon.org)   |   WEBSITE   |   FACEBOOK

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NJ Audubon's Nature Center of Cape May is an award-winning environmental education campus located on the shores of beautiful Cape May Harbor. We offer a wide variety of family-friendly programs educational programs, including Harbor Safaris, salt-marsh boat tours,
kayak nature tours, children's summer science day camps, cycling tours, wildlife-friendly gardening programs, an annual native plant sale and a huge festival the 3rd weekend in June called "Harbor Fest" that celebrates the sea with its ecology and culture. In addition to our many programs, the Trucksess Welcome Center features a gallery with exhibits from local artists, a nature store, children's hands on activities & garden, a second story viewing deck and a third story viewing tower. We even have loaner binoculars that you can use while on the deck!

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