Tags: Grassland birds
Website articles and field guide information.
Events and programs.
Wednesday, December 8th, 2010
"Grassland Birds of NJ" Presentation in Fair Haven
Time & Place
Church of the Nativity at 180 Ridge Road, Fair Haven, NJ
Grassland birds are one of the fastest-declining wildlife groups in NJ due to habitat loss. Conserve Wildlife Foundation biologist MacKenzie Hall is visiting the Monmouth County Audubon Society to talk about these birds and what's being done to protect them in the Garden State. This program is free and open to the public.
Tuesday, June 24th, 2014
American Kestrel Walk & Talk
Time & Place
6pm to 8pm
Duke Farms, 1112 Duke Parkway West in Hillsborough, N.J.
Join Conserve Wildlife Foundation of NJ and NJ Endangered & Nongame Species Program biologists on a walk and talk about American kestrels.
Duke Farms is home to several pairs of breeding kestrels. During this program you will learn about their habits and habitats, conservation status in NJ and (hopefully!) get up close to some chicks as we attempt to affix leg bands to help further research in NJ.
There will be a fair amount of walking during this program so please be prepared.
Cost: $ 10 per person.
Content list features including news releases, in-the-news items and newsletter articles.
Explorations eMagazine - February 2011
Video and slideshows.
A video portrait of an eastern meadowlark singing. © 2010 Lang Elliott
A video portrait of a singing horned lark. © 2010 Lang Elliott
Files and documents.
2011 NJ State Wildlife Grant Project Summaries - 1.8MB
Grassland birds of New Jersey - 278.2KB