701 east lake drive
Cape May, NJ 08204
Why Should I Go? Cape May was selected by Natural History magazine as one of the top 50 destinations in the world for natural treasures. Besides beautiful beaches and Victorian architecture, lucky you also gets to experience Monarch butterflies and hawk migration in the fall, spring shorebirds and horseshoe crabs, songbirds, warblers, terns, owls and more!
New Jersey Audubon’s Cape May Bird Observatory is the region’s nature hub, offering year-round activities. They have the largest selection of binoculars at competitive prices, nature gifts, bird feeders, garden goodies, clothing and books.
The Northwood Center, nestled in the trees overlooking Lake Lily in Cape May Point, is a perfect spot to see what’s going on in Cape May’s breathtaking natural world. The center is open year-round from 9:30am to 4:30pm. The Center for Research & Education, about 25 miles north in Goshen, houses the Sluice Creek Gallery and a small nature shop. Call 609-861-0700 for hours.
Exclusive shirt designs
Beautiful clothing to show the world you love nature! Designed by renowned wildlife artists and available in T-shirts, fleeces, jackets, hats, and more.
Used book nook
Find a treasure in Cape May Bird Observatory’s used book nook — includes many nature titles including rare and out-of-print books.
Gifts for nature lovers
Books, binoculars, clothing, jewelry, and more. Give the gift that shows you care.
Binoculars and spotting scopes
Top-quality instruments for birding or boating. Surprising selection, surprising prices.
Charley Harper merchandise
Including the fabulous poster Migration Mainline — Cape May.
Toys for kids
Nature books, gifts, toys, puzzles, books, games, and more.
They are always glad to help with your inquiries.