“A legendary haunted beach”
Higbee Beach Wildlife Management Area is chiefly being managed for its value to endangered, threatened and nongame wildlife. The Cape May peninsula hosts one of the world's largest migrations each fall as millions of birds stop at the peninsula seeking food, cover and water. Higbee Beach plays a vital role in the migration, providing migrants with a stopover site as they increase their fitness before continuing their sojourn south. Legend has it the ghost of Higbee haunts the beach and appears when anyone approaches his grave. Higbee has been seen chasing another ghost, one of a slave, down the trails. Locals also tell of a ghostly sailor who appears at the top of a dune, and then disappears quickly.
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