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Website articles and field guide information.

Bobolink

The breeding population of the Bobolink (Dolichonyx oryziorus) is considered to threatened in New Jersey. We are working to help manage and restore grasslands for Bobolinks and other grassland dependent birds.

Grassland Project

Conserve Wildlife Foundation has partnered with several other organizations to protect, create, and manage grasslands in New Jersey.

American Kestrel

Although the American kestrel is widespread, meaning they live year round throughout much of the United States, the northeastern kestrel population is declining.

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Henslow's sparrow

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Bobolink

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Savannah sparrow

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Horned lark

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Eastern meadowlark

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American kestrel

The American kestrel is the smallest, most beautiful and widespread falcon in North America and one of two falcon species that nest in New Jersey. They are listed as a species of Special Concern in New Jersey. Here you will find detailed information including identification, life history, current threats, status, and conservation.

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Vesper sparrow

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Loggerhead shrike

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Upland sandpiper

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Grasshopper sparrow

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Ipswich sparrow

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Barn owl

The Barn owl is listed as a species of special concern in New Jersey. Here you will find detailed information including identification, life history, current threats, status, and conservation.