The Cape May Bird Observatory will hold a two-day workshop titled “Wintering Hawks, Eagles and Owls” Saturday and Sunday.
Mostly held in the field, it includes an indoor session where participants will learn about different species and their preferred habitats.
Bird Observatory program director Brett Ewald will teach and lead in the field. More than 10 species of diurnal raptors and owls may be seen, thanks to southern New Jersey’s mosaic of prey-rich habitats, according to the Bird Observatory.
“You’ll see a lot of other great birds, too, along with some of the most beautiful and remote landscapes on the Eastern Seaboard,” the group said.
The cost is $150 for members and $200 for nonmembers. Advance registration is required; see cmbo.org.