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Ospreys are an indicator species. The health of their population has implications for the health our coastal ecosystems.

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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 Ospreys have made a remarkable recovery in New Jersey from only 50 pairs in 1973 to over 542 in 2013.Zoom+ Ospreys have made a remarkable recovery in New Jersey from only 50 pairs in 1973 to over 542 in 2013. Brian Kushner

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.