NJ Audubon

ENDANGERED GOLDEN-WINGED WARBLER FOUND IN A MANAGED SITE ON SPARTA MOUNTAIN!

On May 20, 2020 a rare Golden-winged Warbler (Vermivora chrysoptera) was found using a patch of young forest on Sparta Mountain where the mature trees had previously been harvested to create young forest habitat for the warbler and other wildlife. The rare warbler was discovered by NJ Division of Fish…...

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Conservation Work Continues Even in Uncertain Times

Although the world is a lot different now, what has not changed is the need to conserve and protect our natural resources for a healthier planet.  Donned in facemasks and gloves, New Jersey Audubon Stewardship staff assisted two different landowners in the Musconetcong Watershed with reforestation projects.  Both projects are…...

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Restoring Lake Lily at Cape May Point

Amid the Covid-19 crisis, New Jersey Audubon continues its commitment to conserve wildlife and habitat through the active management, restoration and enhancement of public and private lands throughout the state. The Lake Lily restoration project is just one example! Lake Lily is a small and picturesque lake in the borough…...

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SECOND ANNUAL NORTHWOOD CENTER BIOBLITZ

By Adehl Schwaderer George Myers Naturalist   All of us have the ability to make our outdoor spaces more suitable for wildlife in many different ways. Hanging bird feeders, providing fresh water, decreasing our use of pesticides or herbicides, and choosing to plant native plants are all ways we can…...

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