A Day of Birding for Conservation
The New Jersey Audubon World Series of Birding
Saturday, May 6, 2017
12am to 11:59pm
Be an EARLY BIRD and pledge your support now!
The Marshketeers have their eye on the prize, well actually on the birds as they gear up for A DAY OF BIRDING FOR CONSERVATION.
On Saturday, May 6, 2017 from midnight to midnight, the Marshketeers will pledge their commitment to conservation by traversing South Jersey identifying as many species as they
can, by sight or sound. Please say you’ll be a part of our team by making a pledge.
Last year the team claimed 3rd place in the Cape May County competition, and logged 22,943 steps for conservation. With a playing field the size of New Jersey, it’s crucial to our success
to start scouting now. It’s also very crucial that we have your support.
New Jersey Audubon’s World Series of Birding is the country’s largest and most prestigious birding competition that provides a fun and interactive way to raise money for critically
needed conservation projects. The Marshketeers commitment, driven by your support, will help fund our Coastal Bird Studies Program and provide support to beach and marsh
nesting bird conservation.
There are several ways to support us:
- Pledging an amount per bird species identified, and mailing your contribution after the results are in for the year.
- Contribute a fixed amount to send in right away.
- Offer an additional pledge based on whether this year’s “bonus bird”, the Redstart, is spotted.
Sponsorships are also available. Call 609-368-1211 or click here for information.