Jeff Crawn Wildlife Photography - Sights of Sussex County, New Jersey


Barred Owl-June 4, 2011































One of my favorite spots to shoot birds & bears is the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area (DWGNRA).  The amount of different wildlife to see & photograph is unmatched in Sussex County. On any given day you could see a family of bears, an owl, bobcat, numerous bird species, whitetail deer or even a porcupine just to name a few. I've been going there for 7 years & you truly never know what you're going to see there. All the photos on this page were taken in the walpack section of the recreation area.

Black bear cub on Old Mine Road-April 25, 2009




























Scarlet Tanager-June 2, 2009






















Eastern Towhee-June 6, 2011




























Beaver























Broadwing Hawk-April 23, 2009























Northern Flicker
























Indigo Bunting-May 13, 2009




























Prairie Warbler-June 4, 2010





























Halloween Pennant-July 10, 2015

























Big Bear-June 2, 2010





















Green Heron-May 13, 2010
























Red-eyed Vireo-June 4, 2009
























Eastern Towhee-June 7, 2011


























Belted Kingfisher-April 30, 2012





























Common Yellowthroat-May 25, 2012


























Great Blue Heron-September 4, 2012


























Green Heron-September 4, 2012























Kingfishers-September 4, 2012

















































Common Green Darner-July 22, 2015

























Big sow with 3 cubs just out of picture. There were 10 different bears in this field this night.-April 17, 2009






























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