Conserve Wildlife Blog

Restoring Critical Wildlife Habitat in Delaware Bay

February 4th, 2015

By: Lindsay McNamara, Communications Coordinator

Photo by Jan Van der Kam

Photo by Jan Van der Kam

Did you know?

Each spring New Jersey hosts the largest concentration of shorebirds in North America! From about the first week in May to the second week in June, the biggest gathering of horseshoe crabs in the world comes to Delaware Bay to spawn.

 

At the same time, hundreds of thousands of shorebirds arrive on the Bayshore to refuel on horseshoe crab eggs at a critical stopover during their migration. Delaware Bay is an extremely important area for a number of at-risk wildlife, including Red Knots and Horseshoe Crabs.

 

American Littoral Society and Conserve Wildlife Foundation are restoring this significant habitat in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. Learn more about our restoration work on our newly created project website: www.RestoreNJBayshore.org.

 

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Lindsay McNamara is the Communications Coordinator for Conserve Wildlife Foundation of New Jersey.

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