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Wildlife Fact:

Indiana bats live an average of 5 to 9 years, but some have reached 14 years of age.


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Decals & Other Products

Here are decals and other products available from Conserve Wildlife Foundation of New Jersey.

New item! Adopt a Species decals ~ $2

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These colorful decals are from our Adopt a Species Program. There are twelve different decals. they can be displayed indoors or out. Each depicts a different Endangered or Threatened species in New Jersey. Show your support for wildlife conservation and collect all twelve!

  • Please indicate the species/color decal(s) below.
Species/color choices:

Reptile & Amphibian Curriculum Guide ~ $25

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The Reptiles and Amphibians of New Jersey Resource Package for Teachers is a compilation of teaching tools to help educate students about New Jersey's wildlife.

The Resource Package includes:

  • The Field Guide to Reptiles and Amphibians of New Jersey
  • The Field Guide to Salamanders, Frogs, and Toads of New Jersey's Vernal Pools
  • The Calls of New Jersey Frogs & Toads CD
  • The curriculum guide, Teaching Students About New Jersey's Reptiles and Amphibians in the Field & Classroom, a comprehensive teacher's guide in both hardcover and CD versions filled with photos, illustrations, and 10 innovative lesson plans and activities designed for students in grades 5 to 9

This item is currently unavailable.

Maternity Bathouse ~ $100

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This 3 chamber bathouse was handmade. It is totally sealed. All interior surfaces are stained and have 1/16" deep grooves every 1/2". It can hold up to 80 bats and is large enough to provide a place for female bats to raise their young. Exterior is painted with flat black water-based paint.

  • Dimensions:
  • Height: 24"
  • Width: 18"
  • Depth: 4 1/2"

Currently we don't have any bat houses for sale, but one will be listed here shortly. The construction of one was featured on Esty's How-Tuesday blog.

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Osprey Cam!

Image of A juvenile osprey stares down biologist Ben Wurst as he prepares to place a leg band on it for future tracking.

Ospreys are back and our osprey cam is streaming live from Edwin B. Forsythe NWR.

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