A Day of Birding for Conservation

New Jersey Audubon’s World Series of Birding

May 11, 2024
12am to 11:59pm

24 hours, a team of committed birders, and You!

It’s that time of year again, when The Marshketeers gear up (literally!) for the NJ Audubon World Series of Birding. On Saturday, May 11, with optics in hand, we’ll criss-cross Cape May County in a caffeine-and-carb-fueled quest, searching for birds and raising critical funds for conservation.

You are the wind beneath our wings

Your past support of The Marshketeers has motivated us to rouse ourselves from our warm beds into the pre-dawn darkness, brave the elements, and seek out our feathered friends wherever they may be. Last year, The Marshketeers tallied 134 species and, with your generous support, raised close to $10,000 for conservation. For 2024, we’re aiming to break the $10,000 mark. Can we count on you once again?

Help us soar!

By pledging today, you are directly supporting the life-saving work of our coastal bird conservation program, and helping us study and protect threatened species that rely on coastal wetlands – species like Clapper Rails, Black Skimmers, American Oystercatchers, Black-crowned Night-Herons, Salt Marsh Sparrows, and Purple Martins. Your generous gift today can help us make a real difference for birds!

Make it happen – make your gift today!

  1. Pledge an amount per species identified, and send your contribution after we tally the results.
  2. Contribute a fixed amount to send in right away.
  3. Offer an additional pledge based on whether we spot this year’s “Bonus Bird,” the Clapper Rail.

Help support coastal bird conservation programs and make a difference for birds by supporting The Marshketeers. Donate online, download a printable pledge form, or call us at 609-368-1211.

Special thanks to

for once again sponsoring The Marshketeers