Fish comprise 99% of the osprey’s diet. It typically takes fish weighing 5-10 ounces and about 10 to 14 inches in length.
Education is a vital component to protecting New Jersey’s wildlife. Our Speakers Bureau program allows us to share the stories of New Jersey’s rare wildlife with residents throughout the state and beyond. These stories inspire individuals to act on wildlife’s behalf and help us to keep New Jersey’s wildlife in our future.
The Speakers Bureau offers organized groups informative and entertaining 60-minute PowerPoint presentations highlighting New Jersey’s rare wildlife and how Conserve Wildlife Foundation of NJ works to protect them.
Groups can choose from a selection of topics including:
- New Jersey’s Rare Wildlife: An Overview
- Bald Eagles: An All-American Recovery
- Peregrine Falcons: Flying High in New Jersey
- An Incredible Journey: Shorebird Migration
- New Jersey’s Rarest Reptiles and Amphibians
- Creature of the Night: The Bats of New Jersey
- Wild New Jersey: Nature Adventures in the Garden State
- Bald Eagles of the Meadowlands
- From The Bahamas to New Jersey: The Shorebirds' Journey
- Beach Nesting Birds: The Birds of Summer
- Film Screening: Hidden Coast
- Film Screening: A Race Against Time - Shorebirds, Horseshoe Crabs, and Hurricane Sandy
- New Jersey's Fish Hawk: The Amazing Osprey
- Terrapin Station: The Diamondback Terrapin of the Saltmarsh
- Raptors of the Garden State: Bald Eagles, Ospreys and Peregrine Falcons
- Snakes of the Garden State: Learning to Live with and Love Our Legless Friends
- Pollinators in Peril: How You Can Help Protect Native Pollinators
- Removing the Threat of Crab Pots in Barnegat Bay
- Small, Secretive and Endangered: Bog Turtles
- The Story of Salamanders
- CHANJ: Connecting Habitats Across New Jersey
- New Jersey's Elusive Hunter: The Bobcat
To schedule a presentation, call:
Stephanie DAlessio, Director of Education
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