Community Event: NJ Audubon: Birds and Blooms of Costa Rica, Bernardsville

  • Posted on January 21st, 2019
  • by Turpin Real Estate
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Bring a little bit of the tropics to your January when you attend a lecture about the fauna, flora and birdlife of Costa Rica at Scherman Hoffman Wildlife Sanctuary in Bernardsville on Saturday, January 26. Dorothy Smullen, teacher and naturalist, will lead this illustrated program which highlights the natural wonders of Costa Rica, where 20% of the land is set aside as National Parks and Reserves. The lecture takes place from 1 to 2PM on Saturday and cost is $5 for members and $10 for non-members.  Please call 908-396-6386 to register. For more information on this event visit the link Here.

Owned and operated by the Audubon Society, The Scherman Hoffman Wildlife Sanctuary is located at 11 Hardscrabble Road in Bernardsville. Surrounded by protected space, the sanctuary borders Morristown National Historic Park near the historic Cross Estate.  It offers three miles of hiking trails along the headwaters of the Passaic River, a bookstore/nature store and Environmental Education Center.

The Bernardsville Office of Turpin is located at 163 Morristown Road, a short distance from the Scherman Hoffman Wildlife Sanctuary. Stop by our Bernardsville Office after your visit to learn about real estate news, New Jersey real estate trends and luxury home listings in and around Bernardsville. Turpin associates are well-versed in these topics as well as luxury homes for sale in Bernardsville, luxury real estate in New Jersey and luxury homes in Somerset County.  Contact Turpin for more information at 877-788-7746.

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