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April 14th, 2015

New website promotes natural resources and recreational opportunities found at Island Beach State Park

By: Ben Wurst, Habitat Program Manager

Make sure to bookmark:!

Make sure to bookmark:!

Over the past few months, we have been working with interpretive staff at Island Beach State Park to develop a new website. The new website showcases the rich natural resources available to visitors of the Park. Daily and guided programs are offered throughout the summer, starting in June.


Programs include:

  • Daily programs include: daily beach walks and Seining (these are free)
  • Guided programs (cost between $5-25) include: Birding by Kayak, Surfing, Coastal Cooking, Kayak Eco-Tour, Beginner’s Surf Fishing Clinic, Clamming, Moonlight Hike, Nature Photography Seminars, and more!
  • And there are several nature programs just for kids (including toddlers)


Make sure to point your browser to the new, Island Beach Nature Programs website. Check out the list of programs. Bookmark the site and share it with your friends! Make sure to include some awesome, educational outdoor recreational plans for your summer vacation along the Jersey Shore!


Ben Wurst is the Habitat Program Manager for Conserve Wildlife Foundation of New Jersey.


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