We spent a long (but too short) weekend in Cape May, New Jersey, and Friday morning, my brother-in-law and I went for an early two mile hike in lovely Cape May Point State Park. We saw some wildlife - the hawk migration is underway, as is the migration of birds in general and of monarch butterflies to the mountainous pine forests in Mexico - a place they have never been to but that they somehow know they must reach it for the winter. We also got a good look at a creature that I will feature soon in a "What Am I?" post.
We got there just as the sun was coming up over the ocean. The park is at the southern-most tip of New Jersey between the Atlantic Ocean and Delaware Bay.