Cape May Bird Observatory
Mail-In and Fax Registration

All mailed in registrations must be received by Monday, October 13.

You may complete the interactive registration form, including payment information (credit card, check, or money order), save it as a separate file, then print and mail to Deb Shaw, Autumn Festival Registration, CMBO, 600 Route 47 North, Cape May Court House, NJ 08210.  

OR: you may print the registration form as a pdf, complete the form (please print clearly) including payment information, and mail to Deb Shaw, Autumn Festival Registration, CMBO, 600 Route 47 North, Cape May Court House, NJ 08210.

If you prefer, you may fax (609.861.1651) a copy of the mail-in registration form complete with credit card information.  Faxes will be accepted through October 13.

Please note:  

Registration is based on a daily fee, not individual activities. Except for special activities
marked “♦,” registrants do not have to select any activities in advance. Wearing your 
daily admission tag will give you access to all regular activities. Daily registration includes field trips, workshops, programs, activities, and admission to Cape May Convention Hall. Evening programs and boat trips are not included in daily registration. Those events marked “♦” require additional, advance registration and are available separately. 

ransportation, lodging, and meals are the responsibility of the participant.

After your registration has been processed, you will receive a confirmation e-mail with your details and contact information.  

All registrations received by October 13, will be mailed a registration packet containing daily admission passes, a detailed schedule of events 
with descriptions, times, and meeting places, directions and a map.  If you have registered for the Friday or Saturday evening programs, you will provided with a ticket.  If you registered for any boat trips, your name will be on a list provided to the boat captain.  There are no boat tickets.


New Jersey Audubon has fostered awareness and respect for our natural world since 1897.  New Jersey Audubon is an independent, privately supported, not-for-profit, membership organization, and is not affiliated with National Audubon.

As a participant in New Jersey Audubon's Cape May Autumn Birding Festival, I waive New Jersey Audubon, the City of Cape May, and Cape May Convention Hall, and all officers, employees, agents, volunteers, or sponsors, from liability of risks and dangers in exchange for my participation in this festival.  I understand that photographers will be present and that NJ Audubon reserves the right the use images for promotional purposes.