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CWF In the News: Conserve Wildlife Podcast Examines ‘Our Changing Coast’

January 21st, 2021

by Ethan Gilardi, Wildlife Biologist

Long-legged spider crab (Libinia emarginata). Photo courtesy of Save Coastal Wildlife.

A special thanks to Juliet Kaszas-Hoch for spotlighting the most recent episode of CWF’s podcast, State of Change, as part of her Art & Entertainment Column on!

The episode, Our Changing Coast, takes a deep dive into how our ocean species could be affected by climate change. CWF Multimedia Producer Matt Wozniak interviewed Dr. Thomas Grothues, a research professor with Rutgers University who specializes in abundance and distribution of fish, as well as Joe Reynolds, the head of Save Coastal Wildlife, a nonprofit dedicated to protecting New Jersey’s coastal species and educating the public about them.

Click here to read the full spotlight on!

New Jersey is the most densely populated state in the country. It’s not an easy place for wildlife to hang on. In spite of the constant threats brought on by development, the garden state remains a haven for a vast array of flora and fauna. As climate change looms, the survival of many species that call our state home is being called into question. The State of Change podcast will bring together expert voices to explain these threats. Each month a new episode will be released online, free to stream and download at all major sites where podcasts are found.

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