NJ Audubon

Snow Geese Arrive At Wattles Stewardship Center

The first Snow Geese of the season arrived yesterday (November 29, 2016) at the Wattles Stewardship Center in Port Murray, Warren County, NJ.  The ten radiantly white birds stood out, almost regal-like, among a flock of Canada Geese, as they grazed in the corn stubble of a recently harvested farm…...

Read more

NJA Wattles Center and Old Farm Preserve Receive Recognition from National Geographic

The New Jersey Audubon Wattles Stewardship Center and the NJA Old Farm Preserve, (both located in Warren County), have received recognition by National Geographic as Geotourism destination areas under the Scenic, Wild Delaware River Geotourism Program. The program, lead by National Geographic and the National Parks Conservation Association, identifies places…...

Read more

NJ Bobwhite Quail Translocation Project Gets Exposure on National Level

University of Delaware graduate research students, Kaili Stevens (MS research assistant) and Philip Coppola (Ph.D. research assistant), who are working with NJ Audubon at the Pine Island Cranberry Bobwhite Quail translocation study site, recently presented project overviews and related studies associated with the project at two national conferences. In October…...

Read more

Bobwhite Quail Still Going Strong at Pine Island Cranberry Study Site

While performing mammalian predator abundance surveys at the Pine Island Cranberry Bobwhite Quail Translocation Study Site this past week, John Parke of NJ Audubon joined University of Delaware Quail Project Researcher Kaili Stevens to assist with macrohabitat vegetation surveys and also got to tag along on radio telemetry tracking. Currently,…...

Read more

NJ Audubon Bi-annual Sanctuary Visits: Bartlett’s Branch

John McPhee wrote a great book, The Pine Barrens, about the biology, history and people of the pines. He describes things like this….cars that had a purpose and sometimes left where they died. As I recall one individual had stories that, perhaps only important to the teller, went along with…...

Read more