Did you know?
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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Duke Farms EagleCam
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
Use interactive web-mapping and multi-media to follow American oystercatchers throughout the year as they migrate between northern breeding sites and southern wintering spots & learn about their life history and the various threats they encounter along the way.