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Wildlife Fact:

The blue whale is the largest animal ever known to live on Earth. They are up to 100 feet long and can weigh 200 tons.

 

Educator Resources

At Conserve Wildlife Foundation of New Jersey, we love to share the stories of New Jersey’s rare wildlife and the amazing lives that they lead amongst us.


Our education programs bring the stories of New Jersey’s wildlife into your home, school, office, or community. We are highly trained biologists and environmental education specialists and are excited to share our experiences and knowledge with you.

Species on the Edge

This art and essay contest is a great way to engage and excite fifth graders into learning about New Jersey’s endangered and threatened wildlife.

Classroom Programs

Education is a vital component to protecting New Jersey’s wildlife. Our Classroom Programs allows us to share the stories of New Jersey’s rare wildlife with students throughout the state and beyond.

Eagle Adventures

Teach about Bald Eagles in your Classroom!

Days of the Peregrine

Teach about Peregrine Falcons in your Classroom!

Reptile & Amphibian Curriculum Guide

Teach Students about New Jersey's Reptiles and Amphibians with this unique New Jersey specific curriculum resource package

Teachers4Wildlife Registration Form

Stay connected with our projects and future educational opportunites by joining our Teachers4Wildlife education listserve.

Duke Farms EagleCam

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Check out our live webcam and follow the lives of Bald eagles at Duke Farms in New Jersey. Follow along as they breed, incubate, and raise their young.

 

Ask An Expert

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Have a question about wildlife or threatened or endangered species in New Jersey. Ask away and we'll do our best to give you a wise and informed answer.