Birding in New Jersey: Catching Warblers with Sigma Supertelephoto Zoom Lenses

If you live in New Jersey, you’ve heard all the jokes, everything from “What Exit?” to all the Snooki wisecracks, but here’s the real ‘situation’: New Jersey is one of the best locations for bird watching in the United States, thanks to the Atlantic Flyway. From the northern Skylands near the tristate border with New York and Pennsylvania, to the southernmost point of Cape May on the Delaware Bay, New Jersey is a year-round birding hotspot. 

Yellow Warbler – f6.3 / 600mm / 1/400 / 2000ISO – Sports 60-600mm A rainy and grey day in the forest, the 60-600mm had it covered while retaining detail at 1/400.

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