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Protecting New Jerseys Threatened and Endangered Wildlife

We work tirelessly to protect rare and imperiled species through hands on field work, research, habitat enhancement, education and citizen engagement.

Wildlife Conservation Projects

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We have a variety of conservation projects that help protect rare species in New Jersey. From bald eagles and red knots to Indiana bats and terrapins. We conserve wildlife though education, research, management, habitat restoration, and citizen engagement. Check out some of our efforts here.


Habitat Protection in New Jersey

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Conserve Wildlife Foundation has a variety of habitat restoration, enhancement, and creation projects throughout New Jersey. We invest in projects that put habitat back onto the landscape. Check out the links below to see if any projects are located near where you live!


Tracking New Jersey's Eagles

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Modern technology allows us to be able to track the movements of bald eagles, and in turn be able to better protect them through during their entire life span. This project is focused on mapping communal roost sites and identifying potential impacts of public utility equipment.