A juvenile male, Hereford was caught and tagged by Mike Lanzone and Trish Miller at Stone Harbor Point, NJ, on Feb. 12, 2018, at the mouth of Hereford Inlet. His transmitter was underwritten (as was Higbee’s) by a gift from the New Jersey chapter of the Nature Conservancy. Latest Updates


Higbee, a juvenile male, was banded Dec. 5, 2017, by Mike Lanzone from CTT, Tricia Miller from Conservation Science Global, and David LaPuma from New Jersey Audubon at the South Cape May Meadows, a Nature Conservancy reserve in Cape May, NJ. He’s named for nearby Higbee Beach, one of the most famous birding spots in the East. The Nature Conservancy … Read More


This immature male was tagged at Island Beach State Park in New Jersey on Nov. 29, 2017 by Mike Lanzone, the second owl tagged there that day. Lenape’s transmitter was underwritten by generous donations by the public to Project SNOWstorm. Latest Updates

Island Beach

An immature male, this snowy owl was the first Project SNOWstorm bird tagged in New Jersey, and was named for Island Beach State Park, where he was captured Nov. 29, 2017, by Mike Lanzone of Cellular Tracking Technologies. Island Beach’s transmitter was underwritten by a gift from New Jersey Audubon’s Cape May Bird Observatory. He returned south in February 2019, … Read More