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Bog Turtle Habitat Evaluation

Conserve Wildlife Foundation is assessing historic bog turtle sites for future habitat restoration projects.

Extinct Species of New Jersey

These five species have been lost forever from, not just New Jersey, but the entire planet. Their stories may help us understand how to better protect the species we still have.

Extinct & Extirpated Species of NJ

New Jersey was once home to many more species than are here today. Extinction and extirpation have robbed the state of much of its natural heritage. However, by examining what species we've lost and the reasons why they disappeared, we may learn from mistakes of the past to avoid future losses.

Extirpated Species of NJ

These five species have been lost from New Jersey, but they still survive within a portion of their range. Although unlikely, it's possible they could return to the state in the future. In the meantime, their stories may help us understand how to better protect the species we still have.

Annual Report

Learn what Conserve Wildlife Foundation staff and our volunteers have achieved within the last year.

Atlantic Loggerhead Turtle

The Atlantic loggerhead turtle (Caretta caretta) is recognized across the globe as an endangered species. Loggerhead populations are currently a tiny fraction of their historic size.

Union County Falcon Cam

Conserve Wildlife Foundation is partnering with Union County on the new Falcon Cam located on the roof of the County Courthouse in downtown Elizabeth, New Jersey.

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Atlantic sturgeon

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Mitchell's satyr

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Humpback whale

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Bobcat

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Bronze copper

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Kemp's ridley turtle

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Green floater

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Loggerhead shrike

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Bog turtle

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Allegheny woodrat

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American burying beetle

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Northern harrier

The Northern harrier is listed as endangered in New Jersey. Here you will find detailed information including identification, life history, current threats, status, and conservation.

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Dwarf wedgemussel

The Dwarf wedgemussel is listed as an endangered species in New Jersey. Here you will find detailed information including identification, life history, current threats, status, and conservation.

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Sperm whale

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Pied-billed grebe

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Vesper sparrow

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Appalachian grizzled skipper

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Queen snake

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Black skimmer

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North Atlantic right whale

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Atlantic hawksbill turtle

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Corn snake

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Shortnose sturgeon

The Shortnose sturgeon is listed as a endangered species in New Jersey. Here you will find detailed information including identification, life history, current threats, status, and conservation.

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Arogos skipper

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Sei whale

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Brook floater

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Fin whale

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Upland sandpiper

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Piping plover

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Sedge wren

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Atlantic leatherback turtle

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Timber rattlesnake

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Blue whale

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Peregrine falcon

Detailed information about the peregrine falcon including identification, distribution, habitat, life cycle, status, and more!

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Red-shouldered hawk

The Red-shouldered hawk is listed as a endangered species in New Jersey. Here you will find detailed information including identification, life history, current threats, status, and conservation.

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Short-eared owl

The Short-eared owl is listed as an endangered species in New Jersey. Here you will find detailed information including identification, life history, current threats, status, and conservation.

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Northern goshawk

The Northern goshawk is listed as an endangered species in New Jersey. Here you will find detailed information including identification, life history, current threats, status, and conservation.

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Blue-spotted salamander

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Roseate tern

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Cope's gray treefrog

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Indiana bat

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Henslow's sparrow

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Eastern tiger salamander

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Least tern

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Acadian hairstreak

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Bald eagle

The Bald eagle is listed as an endangered species in New Jersey. Here you will find detailed information including identification, life history, current threats, status, and conservation.

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Eastern small-footed myotis

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Little brown bat

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Northern myotis

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Tricolored bat