Blogger: DON FREIDAY
Location: Cape May, New Jersey
Outdoorsman since childhood and a professional naturalist for over 25 years, Don Freiday organizes and leads birding field trips and tours for New Jersey Audubon’s Cape May Bird Observatory. His blogs on birds and birding appear on The Freiday Bird Blog, www.freidaybird.blogspot.com/ , and his column "Backyard Safari" appears in WildBird magazine. Don’s Wildlife Science degree is from Rutgers University, where for a time he taught Wildlife Ecology and Environmental Education to undergraduates. Don's outdoor pursuits include hunting, fishing, backpacking, canoeing, photography, and, of course, birding almost every day.
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