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The Raptor Trust is open to the public seven days a week during daylight hours.Visitors are afforded a unique opportunity to view at close range the many hawks, eagles, falcons and owls that are permanent residents at the facility.The Cora Hartshorn Arboretum and Bird Sanctuary is a non-profit organization which serves as a cultural and educational center for the residents of greater Millburn Township, NJ.The Cora Hartshorn Arboretum encompasses 16.5 acres in Millburn Township.The Northwood Center is the perfect one-stop shop for the nature lover on your list!They have the finest selection of binoculars and spotting scopes, field guides, and a variety of books about nature for adults and children.
Handicap-accessible, nature trails, picnic area, playground, restrooms and scenic overlooks.Kayaks and canoes can take you through freshwater streams, forests, and white cedar bogs.The Wetlands institute in Stone Harbor overlooks 6,000 acres of coastal wetlands. You can spend an entire day here exploring the many educational exhibits. Walk the nature trails or check out the observation tower. The Rancocas Nature Center is a Burlington County New Jersey center where families can learn about and watch animals in their natural environment.There is no charge to visit, but a modest donation of .00 per person is encouraged. You can see vast migrations of birds every spring and fall or watch resident birds in their native habitat.Bird watchers can see bald eagles, osprey, and heron in the wetlands.
Open 9am to pm, seven days a week, the facility focuses on backyard habitat and backyard bird watching, with displays, a bookstore featuring natural history books, optics, bird feeders and supplies, a 170-seat lecture room, outside observation deck, natural landscaping demonstrating model backyard habitat, wildlife art gallery, and offices for staff.