New Jersey Audubon's Eco-Travel Program has taken participants around the world for over 30 years.
NJ Audubon staff design natural history and birding trips to a variety of domestic and foreign destination sites, ranging from relaxed nature getaways to relatively intensive birding adventures. Specific trip goals are stated in each trip's itinerary, but one goal of every trip is for participants to better understand ecological systems both far and near, and from that understanding to maintain a high ethic concerning earth and resource stewardship in their daily lives. By traveling with New Jersey Audubon, you are helping preserve your natural heritage, since proceeds from our Eco-Travel Program directly support NJAudubon's mission of conservation, environmental education, and wildlife research.
The goal of NJ Audubon's Eco-Travel Program is to reflect our broad conservation mission through a balanced offering of natural history and birding ecotours for NJ Audubon members, New Jersey residents, and any other interested individuals. These tours reflect natural systems education and maintain a high ethic concerning earth and resource stewardship.
For tour itineraries, to register, or for more information contact:
NJ Audubon Eco-Travel
600 Route 47 North
Cape May Court House, NJ 08210
(609) 861-1608 x13