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Best N.J. bird photography location – Edwin B. Forsythe Wildlife Refuge Hot Spot.
800 Great Creek Road, Galloway, N.J.
Be sure to go to the main location and drive or walk/bike the eight-mile loop out into the ocean. There are several different areas that are considered the refuge but you want the main loop road. BEWARE! In the humid hot summer days, the green fly’s come out to get you. Bug spray is not enough. I do not recommend going on a high humidity day. Our green friends love the humidity. The bugs bite and it’s not fun. I like spring when all the birds come back. Snowy Owls come here sometimes in winter. You can call and see if there have been sightings since the snowys don’t always come every year. I like the variety of birds I have photographed here from peregrine falcons, eagles, great egrets and all the other smaller birds. It’s just a great overall bird photography location.
Sunrise and Sunset photography location – check out our sunset image below.
Refuge Main Information page: Vist website here
Refuge brochure: Download here
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