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Habitat loss is the greatest single problem that effects population declines of rare wildlife.
Species on the Edge 2.0 Social Media Contest
CWF invites high school students from across the state to submit an original social media campaign showing why wildlife is important to protect in New Jersey.
MEET THE 2017 SOCIAL MEDIA CONTEST WINNERS
Our scholarship winners exceeded 15,000 likes in total on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter, bringing even more attention to native New Jersey species.
Ethan Chang; Woodbridge High School
7,510 Social Media Likes
Caitlyn Drace; Glen Rock High School
5,274 Social Media Likes
Olivia Gemarro; Marine Academy of Science and Technology
4.437 Social Media Likes
Nina Colagiovanni; Point Pleasant Beach High School
Recognized for her video: "Tied to the Sea"
Meet the 2016 Video Contest Winners
Meet the 2015 Multimedia Contest Winners
Species on the Edge 2.0 Contest Description
The fun and educational "Species on the Edge 2.0" Social Media Contest capitalizes on high school students' expertise with social media platforms, and provides them with the opportunity to showcase their talent, creativity, and love of nature. The contest helps to develop students’ experience in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics) and their project management skills.
Best of all, it’s free – and gives students the chance to win scholarships and other prizes!
- 1st prize: $1,000 in scholarship money
- 2nd prize: $500 in scholarship money
- 3rd prize: $250 in scholarship money
All entries will be eligible to win a day in the field with a wildlife biologist.
Join the "Species on the Edge 2.0" Contest mailing list!
For more information, contact
Stephanie DAlessio, CWF Director of Education: Email
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Duke Farms Eagle Cam
Check out the live stream from a bald eagle nest at Duke Farms in New Jersey. Follow along as they breed, incubate, and raise their young.