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April 21, 2016

Andaloro National Wildlife Refuge – Westville, NJ

Andaloro National Wildlife Refuge – Westville, Gloucester County, NJ Distance – Undetermined number of miles of trails – we did just over a mile (lollipop) and did not walk a number of trails that we saw. Type – Web. We did a lollipop hike. Difficulty: 2 of 10 Total score: 4 of 10

Website – None (is this even possible?) Open – Sunrise to Sunset.

Terrain – Fields and riverside forest

Trailheads – 39°51’30.84″N, 75° 7’3.18″W

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December 12, 2015

Cedar Swamp Trail – Cape May NWR – Dennis Township, NJ

Cedar Swamp Trail – Great Cedar Swamp Division – Cape May National Wildlife Refuge – Ocean View (Dennis Township), Cape May County, NJ Distance – 1.2 miles Type – Lollipop Difficulty:  2 of 10 (Note: this looks like it would be a good spot to be a mosquito in the warm months, plan accordingly) Total score:  7 of 10

Website – Cape May National Wildlife Refuge Open – Sunrise to Sunset.

Terrain – meadows, woods, and, of course, swamps

Trailheads – 39°15’6.87″N, 74°42’10.94″W

 

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December 11, 2015

Delaware Bay Unit – Cape May NWR – Middle Twp, NJ

Songbird Trail and Woodcock Trail – Cape May National Wildlife Refuge – Delaware Bay Unit – Middle Township (Cape May Courthouse), Cape May County, NJ Distance – official is just over a mile, but my GPS said 1.5. Type – Loop trail Difficulty: 2 of 10 Total score: 4 of 10

Website – http://www.friendsofcapemayrefuge.org/ Open – Sunrise to Sunset.

Terrain – Meadows, woods, and marshland

Songbird Trail – 

Trailheads – Parking lot at Refuge Headquarters – 39° 5’58.64″N, 74°52’48.16″W Trail parking lot – 39° 6’3.43″N, 74°52’53.89″W

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June 29, 2014

Dunes Trail and Marsh Trail – Two Mile Beach Unit – Cape May NWR – Wildwood, NJ

Dunes Trail & Marsh Trail – Two Mile Beach Unit – Cape May National Wildlife Refuge – Wildwood Crest (Lower Township), Cape May County, NJ

Distance: Dunes Trail (0.9 miles one way, 1.8 miles round trip) and Marsh Trail (0.1 miles one way, 0.2 miles round trip) Type: Each is an out and back Difficulty: 3 of 10 – sand can be hard to walk in.  Marsh trail is a 1 of 10.

Terrain – sand dunes and beach (Dunes Trail), salt marsh (Marsh Trail)

Trailheads –  38° 57.169’N,  74° 51.418’W (parking lot for either trail) or  38° 57.256’N,  74° 51.032’W (beach access for Dunes Trail)

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