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Each spring, Red knots travel more than 9,000 miles from their wintering areas in Tierra del Fuego, South America to their breeding grounds in the Canadian Arctic.

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Become a member today and join us in protecting New Jersey's rare wildlife.


Image of Ben Wurst prepares to band a young osprey produced at a nest off High Bar, Barnegat Bay, NJ. This one of 62 young that were banded with a new red auxiliary band as part of Project RedBand.Ben Wurst prepares to band a young osprey produced at a nest off High Bar, Barnegat Bay, NJ. This one of 62 young that were banded with a new red auxiliary band as part of Project RedBand. © Northside Jim

We rely on contributions from individuals and corporations to support the preservation of New Jersey's threatened and endangered wildlife. By becoming a member, you help ensure that valuable scientific research, educational activities and instructive publications protected New Jersey's wildlife for our future and our children's future.

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Regular Membership Benefits include:

  • An annual subscription to TRACKS, our quarterly newsletter.
  • A subscription to EXPLORATIONS, our e-magazine.
  • Invitations to events and presentations by CWF staff.
  • The knowledge that you are making a real difference in the future of wildlife in New Jersey.
 

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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.

 

CWF 2014 Annual Report Story Map

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Visit the multiple pages within this Story Map to learn about CWF’s many projects and partnerships in 2014, and the imperiled wildlife species in need of our help. Find examples of the innovative and dedicated leadership of our biologists and volunteers. And take an online journey across the state to learn how our projects made a difference in all corners of New Jersey in 2014 – a great year for wildlife in the Garden State!

>> Visit the Story Map