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Ospreys can dive 3.3 feet into water and successfully catch fish.

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Wish List

If you're looking for other ways to help New Jersey's rare wildlife, consider donating an item from our wish list.

Image of Juvenile ospreys have an orange iris which turns yellow when they reach adulthood.Juvenile ospreys have an orange iris which turns yellow when they reach adulthood. © Ben Wurst
  • Ford F-150 Crew Cab 4WD
  • Ford Fiesta
  • Canon EOS 70D with 18-135mm STM kit lens and extra battery
  • Rode Videomic Go
  • Manfrotto 055xprob tripod with ball head
  • Apple 21.5" iMac
Osprey Project
  • 20' Aluminum Extension ladder
  • Cedar or Pressure treated lumber - 16' - 6x6", 12' - 2x6", 8' - 2x4"
  • Misc. Hardware items - 3" stainless wood screws, lag bolts, carriage bolts, hex bolts
  • DeWalk 12volt cordless drill kit (drill, impact driver, and sawzall)
  • Garmin Montana GPS and BlueChart g2 micro SD card with NJ coverage
  • Post hole digger (industrial strength version!)
  • Tape measure
Habitat Project
  • Gift certificate to Ernst Seed Company
  • Gift certificate to Forestry Suppliers
  • Gift Certificate to B&H Photo
Terrapin Project
  • Orange cones (6-10)
  • Roadwork signs
  • Caution/Slow Down signs

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Adopt a Species

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