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Wildlife Fact:

Immature bald eagles do not acquire the typical white head and tail until they are four to five years of age.

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New Jersey Endangered and Threatened Species Field Guide

Search our Field Guide for in-depth information about New Jersey's endangered, threatened, and special concern species.


Image of Bald eagles are becoming a much more common sight in New Jersey, especially along the Atlantic coast.Zoom+ Bald eagles are becoming a much more common sight in New Jersey, especially along the Atlantic coast. Photo by Northside Jim

Browse our comprehensive list of over 200 rare species in New Jersey including birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, invertebrates, and fish.

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Download the complete list of New Jersey's Endangered, Threatened, & Special Concern species.