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New Jersey Osprey Project

Conserve Wildlife Foundation plays an active role in helping to manage and protect Ospreys in New Jersey.

Osprey Cam

Thank you to everyone who has watched and supported the Osprey Cam at Edwin B. Forsythe NWR in Oceanville. It streams 24/7 (when there is sufficient power supply) and is powered by solar charged batteries. The camera system is offline for the remainder of 2018.

Osprey Project Volunteer Sign Up Form

Sign up to become an Osprey Project Volunteer!

Osprey Cam FAQ

Here are some "Frequently Asked Questions" to accompany our Osprey Cam.

2013 New Jersey Osprey Census

This year we're conducting a statewide census of nesting ospreys in New Jersey in partnership with the NJ Division of Fish & Wildlife's, Endangered and Nongame Species Program. For the census we're asking for the public to submit observations of activity at known and new nest sites.

Project RedBand

A citizen-science based project on Barnegat Bay to engage locals and visitors to the Jersey Shore in osprey management and conservation.

2015 Nest Cam News

News and insight from the third season of the Forsythe NWR Osprey Cam.

2016 Nest Cam News

News from the 2016 Forsythe NWR Osprey Cam. Three young were produced this year.

2017 Nest Cam News

Archives of Nest Cam News for the Osprey Cam located at Forsythe NWR. This year two young successfully fledged.

Species Link


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