Conserve Wildlife Blog


August 12th, 2013

Piping plover chicks exercise their wings. © Bill Dalton

Piping plover chicks exercise their wings. © Bill Dalton

The entire staff at CWFNJ works tirelessly to protect our state’s at-risk wildlife, educate the public, and raise funds to continue our work.  It is especially gratifying when those efforts are recognized –  We are thankful to the blog,  Readings from the Northside, who recently wrote about CWF’s Todd Pover and his work to protect the piping plovers of Long Beach Island. 

Read the Blog Post here, and make a donation today to help continue our work to protect beach-nesters and all of NJ’s rare wildlife.

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