WILD NEW JERSEY: WNJ Exclusive: New Jersey Birds photography book brings birds to life
WNJ Exclusive: New Jersey Birds photography book brings birds to life
Image Credit: Schiffer
Nature photographer Susan Puder takes an intimate look at the resident and visiting bird species that inhabit the shores, fields, and forests of New Jersey. The state's geographic position along the Atlantic flyway provides the opportunity to see a great variety of species at different times of the year. A natural haven for birds, mammals, amphibians, and reptiles, New Jersey offers ample viewing opportunities for photographers and nature lovers alike. Here find 434 striking color images and delightful observations of over 180 bird species, along with other native flora and fauna. Whether a casual or serious birder, or a chance visitor to the state's environs, these photographs will give a sense of the great diversity in habitats and species that can be found in New Jersey all year round.
Susan Puder is a dedicated environmentalist who supports the preservation of open lands and wildlife. As an avid birder, she started the Southern Ocean Birding Group and is a member of the New Jersey Audubon Society. She has been a serious nature and wildlife photographer for over 20 years.