Stone Harbor Bird Sanctuary

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112th St. and 2nd Ave.
Stone Harbor, NJ 08247

Open-air view of hundreds of species of Colonial wading birds and song birds. Four new trails into the sanctuary allow visitors to explore an old growth maritime forest, walk over an ancient dune system, see birds nesting and feeding, toads signing, crabs and small fish plying the salt water tributaries.

Vistas change seasonally. Visit the unique fresh water pond where Glossy Ibis and Night Herons play. A National Natural Landmark. Sun. mornings in the summer there are free docent led walks.

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Birding, Hiking

General Information

Distance from Beach: .2mi
Hours: 6-8

Guest Information

Family Friendly, Meeting/Tour groups welcome

Rate Information

Free admission

Time To Experience Activity

1 - 2 hours