NORTH CHESTERFIELD, VA- Carl Zeiss Sports Optics takes great pleasure in announcing its participation in and sponsorship of New Jersey Audubon's 66thAnnual Cape May Autumn Birding Festival. The event, October 26-28, 2012 will feature an exciting schedule of events, and will be the first Birding Festival in Cape May's newly opened convention hall on the beach - a fantastic venue for both birding and meeting!
Organized by New Jersey Audubon's Cape May Bird Observatory, the weekend will see a great variety of programs and opportunities being offered for birders...from beginners to seasoned pros. The festival is being held in one of America's birding hotspots, beautiful Cape May County, New Jersey.
ZEISS will be demonstrating its award winning DiaScope spotting scopes as well as showcasing a variety of its newest binoculars. The Conquest HD's are not to be missed and are fast becoming a binocular of choice within the birding community along with the Victory HT's, the world's brightest premium binoculars which are sure to impress the most discriminating optics enthusiast. ZEISS staff will be on hand to discuss optics selection, digiscoping, and can also assist with any service inquiries that our customers may have.
In addition ZEISS employees will be presenting some great workshops on different birding topics. Stephen Ingraham with be hosting "Point-and-Shoot for Wildlife" and "Seven-Fold Path to Better Birding" and Rich Moncrief will be presenting "Birding for Kids" for children ages 5-10. All children attending Rich's program will be given a free gift courtesy of ZEISS and New Jersey Audubon's Cape May Bird Observatory!
"We have had a long and rewarding relationship with New Jersey Audubon and Cape May Bird Observatory and we always look forward to working with their team," stated Mike Jensen, President of Carl Zeiss Sports Optics. "ZEISS has a renewed dedication to the birding community through supporting wildlife habitat and conservation. Cape May's Autumn Birding Festival is back and it looks better than ever!"
For more information, visit zeiss.com/sports