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2021

October

Why Migrating Monarch Butterflies Love NJ – New Jersey Monthly

Offshore Wind Is Both a Boon and an Unknown, Leaders Say – US News

Offshore wind is both a boon and an unknown, leaders say – Associated Press

Offshore Wind Is Both A Boon And An Unknown, New Jersey Leaders Say – CBS Philly

Offshore Wind Is Both a Boon and an Unknown, NJ Leaders Say – 10 Philadelphia

Monarch mania: Butterflies swarm Cape May for fall migration – ABC Action News

Inside the monarch butterfly’s remarkable 2,500-mile migrations, and what Cape May has to do with it – Philadelphia Inquirer

September

Op-Ed: Rats and raptors — a poisonous food chain – NJ Spotlight

State to Restore 10,000 Acres of Atlantic White Cedar Forests, Enhancing Climate Change Resilience – The Sandpaper

Ghost forests creep up US coast – Newsnation

Ghost forests creep up U.S. East Coast – NBCNews

Ghost forests creep up U.S. East Coast – YahooNews

NEW JERSEY: State Replants Native Atlantic White Cedar Forests – Environment News Service

More Than 300 Acres of Ghosts Forests Are Creeping up in New Jersey – Nature World News

No more ‘ghost forests’: NJ bringing 10,000 acres of Atlantic white cedars to Pine Barrens – Asbury Park Press

Murphy Administration to Restore 10,000 Acres of Atlantic White Cedar Forests, Enhancing State’s Resilience to Climate Change – Presswire

New Jersey’s offshore wind projects don’t have to be bird killers | Opinion – The Philadelphia Inquirer

August

These 8 New Jersey destinations are worth traveling for – Lonely Planet

Advocates Announce Sweeping Green in ’21 Environmental Initiative, 100% Clean Energy Goal by 2035 – InsiderNJ

Local artists Tina Giaimo and Louise Zemaitis featured at Harbor Gallery exhibit with spotlight on pollinators – The Press of Atlantic City

Conserve Wildlife Foundation Rallies for North America’s Tiniest Turtle – The Sandpaper

The greatest thing about every single North Jersey town, part 1 – NJ.com  

July

New Jersey Audubon’s Discovery Kids Camp Connects Kids with Nature – Press of AC

Richard checks out the Nature Center of Cape May – Fox29

Alliance for a Living Ocean Applauds NJ Senate’s Passage of Recycled Content Bill – The Sandpaper

Offshore Wind Allotments Prompt Strong Reaction From Proponents, Opponents – The Sandpaper

Is offshore wind for the birds? – Work Boat

NJ Makes Largest Combined US Offshore Wind Power Award – Engineering News Record

June

ANJEC, Partners Applaud Senate Vote on Recycled Content Bill – InsiderNJ

Liberty State Park Nature Center Re-Opens After Nine-Year Closure – Jersey City Times

New Jersey LCV Pushes Murphy For Environmental Priorities in State Budget – Black Star News

Open space committee applies for prescribed burns in John Clyde and Negri-Nepote grasslands to fight invasive species – TapInto Franklin/Somerset

Governor Murphy to headline new jersey LCV green tie gala – InsiderNJ

Murphy Administration Celebrates 60th Anniversary of DEP Green Acres, Nation’s Longest-running State Conservation Program – Presswire

May

Red knot numbers plummet, pushing shorebird closer to extinction – NJ Spotlight

Volunteers Tackle Invasive Plants in Woodbine – Cape May Herold

Artists mark World Oceans Day with Cape May art exhibit – The Gazette

World Series of Birding Identifies Frequent Flyers – The Sandpaper

Mud Bats Spot Namesake During World Series of Birding – The Two River Times

Red Knot Migration Study Aids Development of Atlantic Shores Wind Farm Lease Area – The Sandpaper

Atlantic Shores, Partners Conducting Second Phase of Red Knot Migration Study – North American Windpower

Atlantic Shores Announces Second Phase of Red Knot Migration Study with New Jersey Audubon Society, Wildlife Restoration Partnerships and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service – Businesswire

What this Maine birder learned one Saturday in May – Bangor Daily News

New Jersey Audubon offers ‘World Series of Birding’ Saturday – The Bernardsville News

After 25 years, shorebird expert still fights to save the red knot from extinction – NJ Spotlight

Go Jump in a New Jersey Lake… – Hopatcong Lake Regional News

Birds Bring Stockton Ospreys Together for World Series of Birding – Stockton University

Op-Ed: Let’s get New Jerseyans back to work with natural infrastructure investment – NJ Spotlight

Bird watchers to compete in World Series of Birding competition on Saturday – News 12 NJ

April

Live the Wild Life in Franklin Lakes – City Life Style

March

Your backyard feeder could be killing birds: Here’s what to do – 101.5

N.J. land once slated for highway now to be preserved for all time – NJ.com

NJ Land Conservancy Adds 40 Acres To Ramapo Mountain Preserve – Patch

Young people can help us build back better with conservation projects | Opinion – NJ.com

NJ lawmakers consider task force to take on invasive lanternfly, ticks – 101.5

Unity Charter School Students To Be Part of Expert Panel – TapInto Morristown

Microplastics found in 100% of sampled Pennsylvania waterways, study shows – The Philadelphia Inquirer

February

Protect New Jersey’s forests from climate change: Coordinate, plan, implement | Opinion – APP

January

Assembly panel clears bill requiring stewardship plans for public forests – NJ Spotlight

NJ bald eagle population soars to record; nesting pairs now in all 21 counties  – NJ Spotlight

Black Birders Week Audubon – Venice Christian School

2020

December

N.J. affordable housing is among nation’s most vulnerable to climate-change flooding, study finds – Press of AC

Sandhill cranes, other unusual species, showing up in Cape May – Press of AC

LHF continues to advocate for funding for New Jersey lake – Hopatcong Lake Regional News

November

How the Race for a COVID-19 Vaccine Jeopardizes East Coast Shorebirds – National Audubon

Tom Gilmore: Conservation Trailblazer – Central Jersey

Tracking winged travelers  – South Jersey Local News

COVID’s unexpected victims… horseshoe crabs – Winnipeg Free Press

NJ Governor Phil Murphy Bans Paper and Plastic Bags – Shore News Network

Governor Murphy Signs Legislation Banning Single-Use Paper and Plastic Bags in New Jersey – InsiderNJ

Thousands of horseshoe crabs are bled for medical tests every year. COVID-19 may escalate the pace. – PressHerald

Horseshoe crabs are bled by the thousands for medical tests every year. Some fear an escalation due to COVID-19. – The Philadelphia Inquirer

October

Ørsted Energy Hosts Open House on Offshore Wind Farm – The SandPaper

Monarch butterflies stop in N.J. before migrating to Mexico. Now’s your chance to see them.– NJ.com

Will New Jersey support the whales? – Asbury Park Press

Will NJ Support the Whales? And Bald Eagles. . . and Striped bass? – InsiderNJ

Black Birders Week honored by N.J. Audubon – New Jersey Hills

Banner week for colorful migrants – Press of AC

LEADING ENVIRONMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS APPLAUD PASSAGE OF ASSEMBLY BILL THAT LIMITS USE OF DANGEROUS/HARMFUL INSECTICIDES – InsiderNJ

State to present plan on Liberty State Park restoration – Hudson Reporter

New Jersey Audubon Recognizes Leaders of Black Birders Week – InsiderNJ

September

Environment and Business Groups Calling for Sustainable Green Recovery Agenda; Give Budget Mixed Reviews – InsiderNJ

NJ students: Linden Public Schools receives $10,000 grant – MyCental Jersey

Atlantic white cedar once fueled NJ economy, now it stands in ‘ghost forests’ – NJSpotlight

Leading Political Environmental Group Applauds Passage of Plastics Bill by New Jersey Legislature – InsiderNJ

One of Nature’s Greatest Phenomena Is Happening Now: the Fall Migration of Monarch Butterflies – Washingtonian

Conservation Organizations, Congressman Kim Celebrate $94,000 Grant for Atlantic White-Cedar – InsiderNJ

Fall in Montclair: Local, county parks offer opportunities for hiking, exploring – Montclair Local

Congressman Kim Leads Bipartisan Call for Funding to Support Workforce Training for Resilience Projects – InsiderNJ

Delaware River Watershed receives $30M in grants for Bridesburg park, Bartram’s Mile pier, Brandywine Creek, other projects – The Philadelphia Inquirer

Service announces more than $8 million in grants to improve the health of the Delaware River Watershed – InsiderNJ

Birders, unite to keep LSP from wrong kind of ‘birdie’ | Opinion – NJ.com

August

A DIVERSE GROUP OF ORGANIZATIONS THAT SUPPORT A SUSTAINABLE GREEN JOBS RECOVERY RESPOND TO GOVERNOR MURPHY’S FY21 REVISED BUDGET – InsiderNJ

No laughing matter: Aggressive Laughing Gulls terrorize the southern Jersey Shore – News12 New Jersey

Would a Wind Farm Threaten an Endangered Shore Bird? Satellite Tagging Project Aims to Find Out – NJSpotlight

Else Greenstone was an authority on hawk migration and ran Montclair Hawk Watch for 35 years – NorthJersey.com

July

For Solace, Look to the Birds – Wall Street Journal

Atlantic County eyeing Hamilton Township for a bird sanctuary – Press of Atlantic City

Rare warbler, the reason for controversial forest clearing, shows up on Sparta Mountain – Daily Record

June

Conservationists: COVID-19 could impact NJ’s horseshoe crab population – News 12

The Winifred M. and George P. Pitkin Foundation Gifts One Million Dollars – TapInto

COVID vaccine development a new threat to horseshoe crabs – Press of AC

Environment and Business Groups Call for Sustainable Recovery Agenda to Create Green Jobs, Healthier Communities – InsiderNJ

Photos of rare warbler taken in Sparta WMA – NJ Herald

Six Ways to Celebrate the River of the Year, Right Now! – NWF

May

Birding’s Biggest Day Adapts to the Pandemic – NJSpotlight

New Jersey’s wildlife organizations ramp up programming as New Jerseyans reconnect with nature – CivicStory

2020 World Series of Birding a Rare ‘Tweet’ – The Sandpaper

Maine bird expert braves polar vortex to compete in World Series of Birding – Bangor Daily News

Here’s How to (Safely) Bird-Watch During Lockdown – SmithsonianMag

The World Series of Birding Adapts to Coronavirus – NJ1010.5

2019

October

New Jersey’s State Bird May Be Moving To Canada Due To Climate Change, Experts Warn – CBS New York

New Jersey may lose its state bird to climate change, environmental report says – NorthJersey.com

Call to Action: Bird Populations Need Our Help to Stem Losses – The Sandpaper

Young researchers help with monarch migration, before taking their own course – Press of Atlantic City

Monarch Monitoring Project 2019 – The Press of Atlantic City

5 Bird-Watching Festivals You Can Go to This Fall – Outside Magazine

Come and See the Wild Things at Cape May Convention Hall Oct. 18-20 – Do The Shore

LEGISLATORS TAG MONARCH BUTTERFLIES IN CAPE MAY – New Jersey Assembly Democrats

Follow the herd – Washington Post

OPINION: MASSIVE BIRD LOSSES SHOULD BE ‘A RALLYING CALL TO ACTION’ – NJ Environment News

September

Regional Roundup – Monarch Migration – WHYY
Small yet mighty bog turtle – State of New Jersey
Lambertville receives National Wildlife Federation recognition – NJ.com

August

BOG TURTLE PROGRAM SEEKS TO REBUILD FRAGILE POPULATION OF STATE REPTILE – NJ Spotlight

NJ HAS AN OFFICIAL REPTILE — AND IT NEEDS HELP FINDING PLACES TO LIVE – New Jersey 101.5

N.J. and state Audubon chapter partner to protect the bog turtle – NJ.com

By building the nation’s largest project, N.J. shows it knows how to do wind power right – NJ.com

Flying Assassins Are Called In to Combat Aggressive Gulls – NYTimes

July

OP-ED: TAKE ACTION FOR THE DELAWARE DURING PLASTIC-FREE JULY –   NJ Spotlight

June

The Shorebirds of Delaware Bay Are Going Hungry – New York Times

Radio Times – WHYY

Human Intervention Spurs Recovery – Cape May County Herald

Protection of Horseshoe Crabs is Vital – Cape May County Herald

OP-ED: KEEP STATE PARKS OPEN IN GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWNS — LIKE CASINOS – NJ Spotlight

NJ Needs to encourage, protect private habit for wildlife – Press of Atlantic City

New Jersey Makes History with Largest Offshore Wind Power Project Commitment – National Wildlife Federation

NJ ended its horseshoe crab harvest. Should other states do the same? – Press of Atlantic City

May

130 species, 187 miles and lots of energy drinks: Inside the World Series of Birding – The Guardian

Protecting the endangered: PSE&G crews search for the golden-winged warbler –  News12

Barnegat’s ‘Captain Alex’ Majewski Wins World Series of Birding Trophy – The Sandpiper

‘World Series of Birding’ is happening this weekend in N.J. How would you do? Take our quiz. – NJ.com

Rats of the sky? That’s not how seagull enthusiasts see their favorite birds – Press of Atlantic City

Ready for the best birding weekend of the year? – NorthJersey.com

Paterson Public Schools Launch Family STEAM Nights – TapInto Paterson

April

Scenic Bird Watching Destinations Ranked – AARP Travel Center

Birds of North America: Yellow-billed Cuckoos & The Internet Of Wildlife – Topic

Birds of North America: Peregrine Falcons at Cape May Fest – Topic

March

February

Geocaching: Get outside for a tech treasure hunt | Byers – NorthJersey.com

Mysterious owls and young bird watchers – Zeiss Blog

Scherman Hoffman Wildlife Sanctuary – Trail of the Week – NY/NJ Trail Conference

Healing Patients on the Farm – USDA.gov

January

Environmentalists Applaud Governors Chief of Staff Pick, George Helmy – NJLCV

N.J. Gov. Phil Murphy nominates two environmentalists to Pinelands Commission – The Inquirer

Governor nominates two conservationists to Pinelands Commission – NJ Spotlight

Gov. Phil Murphy nominates 2 new Pinelands commissioners – Press of AC

Gov. Phil Murphy makes first nominations to NJ Pinelands Commission – Burlington County Times

NJ Coastal Heritage Trail eligible for federal funding for first time since 2011 – Press of AC

Op-ed: New Jersey needs to develop wind energy projects far offshore – NJ Spotlight

2018

December

Scramble for funds as more money allotted to preserve open space, farmland in NJ – NJ Spotlight

Map shows how shore residents think about global warming  – Press of AC

State rejects wind project off Atlantic City’s coast – Press of AC

New Jersey regulators hand third rejection to Atlantic City offshore wind pilot –  Utility Dive

State rejects Atlantic city offshore-wind project for third time — too pricey – NJSpotlight

State rejects Atlantic city offshore-wind project for third time…too pricey WHYY

Audubon: we support offshore wind, but nautilus project doesn’t meet environmental, economic standards – NJ Environment News

Here’s how to join bird watchers that will flock to Weequahic Park next month – TAPinto Newark

November

Earth’s wildlife is disappearing, report shows. It’s happening in N.J. as well – NJ.com

Senator Weinberg’s 2018 Women’s Power List – InsideNJ

Organizations Unite Across State Lines for Day of Action that Urges Governors to Prioritize the Delaware River Basin – South Jersey Observer

A.C. Expressway is now where the wild things are | Opinion – NJ.com

October

Wildlife declined by 60 percent in 40 years – Philadelphia Inquirer

Bird Calls Radio Podcast at Cape May Fall Festival – Bird Calls Radio

New Jersey is a great place to take in some FREE or low-cost family activities – Jersey Family Fun

Fall Festival Captivates Birders – Cape May Herald

Birds on Posts or Birding in North Dakota – 10,000 Birds

Is This Really Jersey City? – Hudson Reporter

September

Governor Murphy Authorizes Prescribed Burns to Improve NJ Forests-TAPInto Red Bank

New Jersey Audubon to Hold Annual Hawkwatch Event on Saturday, September 15-TAPinto

Sixth Annual Forum to Focus Conservation of the Delaware River-Cape May County Herald

New Jersey Audubon Celebrates Board of Public Utilities’ 1100 MW Solicitation of Offshore Wind-TAPInto New Brunswick, Camden

Patiently working together yields better N.J. prescribed burn rules-Press of Atlantic City

NJ Audubon Lauds BPU Solicitation of Offshore Wind-Cape May County Herald

OP-ED: PALLONE NEEDS TO HELP REFORM RENEWABLE FUEL STANDARD-NJ Spotlight

Highland Regional High School Honored Among 2018 U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon Schools-TAPInto Camden

North Jersey Farmers Voice Opinions on Conservation and Water Quality-NJ Insider

LAWMAKERS PLAN TO BAN PLASTIC CARRYOUT BAGS, STRAWS, FOOD CONTAINERS-NJ Spotlight

Wide range of groups gather to talk about protecting Delaware Watershed-Press of AC

New Jersey Audubon’s 72nd Annual Cape May Fall Festival Offers Many Experiences for Bird and Nature Lovers-Benzinga.com

North Jersey Farmers Voice Opinions on Conservation and Water QualityCape May Vibe

Is this really Jersey City? Honeywell and Audubon team up for educational program-Hudson Reporter

August

Dale Rosselet-Bird Calls Radio

Fifth-Annual ‘Catch of Cape May’ supports New Jersey Audubon-Press of AC

Plastic bags will soon be joining the dodo bird — history | Quigley-NJ.com

Verizon Gives Back to the Community – Verizon

Phil Murphy to veto bill imposing 5-cent fee on plastic grocery bags. Is a ban next?-North Jersey.com

Gov. vetoes bag fee bill, opening way for ban on single-use plastics-Press of AC

Governor Murphy Authorizes Prescribed Burns to Improve NJ Forests- https://www.tapinto.net/articles/governor-murphy-authorizes-prescribed-burns-to-improve-nj-forests

New law means expanded use of prescribed burns-Press of AC

Wattles Stewardship Center – Skylands

North Jersey highways in bloom: Roadside assistance to pollinators-North Jersey.com

July

YOUR TURN:  NJ lawmakers must keep beaches, parks open-Courier Post

Is 5-cent fee for plastic bags headed for the trash? N.J. environmentalists hope so-NJ.com

New Jersey environmentalists say plastic bag fee not enough-Waste Dive

NJ bag fee bill: Close loopholes: Mooij-Asbury Park Press

Single-use shopping bags could soon cost you in Jersey-NJTV

The Bird Watcher: Birders share their top shore spots-North Jersey.com

$5M in federal funding will help restore Delaware River Basin-NJTV

Coalition of Organizations Stand up for New Jersey’s Waterways-Insider NJ

4-H Teen Leaders Discover the Leader in Them at the Nature Center of Cape May-Cape May Herald

Go birding-Courier Post

Coalition of Organizations Stand up for New Jersey’s Waterways-TAPinto Stafford/LBI

Jersey Shore piping plovers depend on multiple protections, says Eric Stiles-Press of AC

June

Restoration of the Delaware River Watershed is making a splash-Westfield Free Press Courier

Students Present Robots, Gardens and Other Sustainability Projects at Education Forum-TAPInto Net & Newark

Inside Birding’s Most Dramatic 24 Hours-National Audubon Magazine

Milltown Schools Earn Green Flag for Commitment to Environment-TAPInto Milltown/Spotswood

Before another shutdown, let’s not repeat Beachgate:  Keep our parks open this summer-NJ.com

There’s a Hidden Gem for All to Enjoy in Plainsboro-TAPInto.net & New Brunswick

Plainsboro Preserve a Hidden Gem-My Central Jersey

One Step Back, Two Steps Forward-Skylands Magazine

Creating the Next Generation of Conservationists-Steve Adubato on the Air

May

The Bird Watcher: Watching season reaches its peak in May-NJ.com

Trail and footbridge to connect Bernardsville students to nature-My Central Jersey

Wild quail, nearly vanished in NJ, mount fragile comeback-Philly.com

Do You Femelschlag? Bird-Watchers Sure Do-TAPinto Verona/Cedar Grove

World Series of Birding a not-to-miss event, naturalist says-The Harrison Inn

New Jersey Audubon Asks Do You Femelschlag-My Central Jersey

New Jersey Audubon connects residents with nature-PBS Channel 13

New Jersey Audubon connects residents with nature-NJTV News

New natural trail opens in Bernardsville-The Bernardsville News

The Last Days of the Blue-Blood Harvest-The Atlantic

GRAB YOUR BINOCULARS: 35TH ANNUAL WORLD SERIES OF BIRDING RETURNS TO NJ MAY 12-NJ NEXT

Redheads make better birders-Cornell News

NJ Audubon’s World Series of Birding coming May 12-My Central Jersey

Turning the Tide for Horseshoe Crabs: New Hope for an Ancient Species-TAPInto Newark, Montclair

World Series of Birding- Newsinc

Competitors flock to South Jersey for World Series of Birding-Press of AC

Alternative to horseshoe crab blood for medical testing may save species-Press of AC

New Substance Can Nix Need For Horseshoe Crab Blood-Cape May County Herald

It took 22 years for one team to win World Series of Birding-Press of AC

New hope for American horseshoe crabs-My Central Jersey

Cape May Spring Festival Brings Together the Best of Birding-The Outdoor Wire

Episode 1 – The World Series of Birding-Birdies Podcast

Milltown’s Parkview School’s Green Club Makes A Difference-TAPInto Milltown/Spotswood

Don’t allow marina at LSP’s south shore; Honored to be principal-NJ.com

10 of New Jersey’s toughest environmental risks-Press of AC

Restoration of the Delaware River Watershed-The River Report

April

New Jersey Audubon to celebrate 35 years of the ‘World Series of Birding’-My Central Jersey

New Jersey Audubon to Celebrate 35 Years of the “World Series of Birding”-TAPInto Piscataway, Nutley, Bloomfield and Newark

New Jersey Audubon’s Healthy Land and Waters Grants Fund Conservation Practices on Farmland-TapInto Morristown

High-Tech Gadgetry Fuels the 35th Anniversary of the World Series of Birding-TAPInto Newark and New Brunswick

World Series of Birding marks 35 years … and counting-Ocean City Sentinel & Cape May Star & Wave

Another cleanup at Petty’s Island readies a natural gem for New Jersey ownership-Philly.com

Identifying, Controlling Non-Native Invasive Plants Program To Be Held April 28-Cape May County Herald

New Jersey Audubon to hold annual sport optics sale-Press of Atlantic City

CMBO Annual Optics Sale in Cape May Point-Eventful

NJ groups join 4-state effort for clean water in Delaware River-The Township Journal and The Sparta Independent

High-Tech Gadgetry Fuels 35th Anniversary of the World Series of Birding-The Birding Wire

Birders use high-tech gadgetry for edge in WSB-Ocean City Sentinel & Cape May Star & Wave

Fine Arts: Wild New Jersey-NJ.com

Repopulating New Jersey Native Plants-Seton Hall University

Raptors, birds of prey in focus in Montville Township-New Jersey Hills

Trailside’s Wild Earth Fest Will Be Held April 29-Westfield Patch

New Jersey Audubon to celebrate 35 years of the ‘World Series of Birding’-Hudson Report

High-tech gadgetry fuels 35th anniversary of World Series of Birding-My Central Jersey

Six Students to Compete in New Jersey Audubon’s World Series of Birding in May-St. Vincent College

Teen birders soar at World Series of Birding-Bay Time and Record Observer

World Series Competition is for the Birds-TAPInto Somerville

This unique restoration project has been successful. Will the state expand it?-NJ.com

Firebirds once again blazing across skies they had left long ago-The Star Ledger – Paper

NJ Audubon: World Series of Birding-TAPInto Berkeley Heights, Mountainside and New Providence

Earth Day with the Bergen County Audubon Society-North Jersey.com

Do You Femelschlag? Bird-Watchers Sure Do-TAPInto New Brunswick

BCR 123: David LaPuma, Director of CBBO-Bird Calls Radio

Oldest known NJ breeding osprey returns to Delaware bayshore nest-Press of AC

World Series Competition is For the Birds-TAPInto Basking Ridge

Environmental groups vary in grading Gov. Murphy’s first 100 days-Press of AC

Preserve Caven Point’s natural state, wildlife refuge | Feedback-Jersey Journal (NJ.com)

Cape May monarch butterflies found in Mexican refuges: Environment briefs-Press of AC

NJ Audubon Marks 35 Years of the “World Series of Birding” May 12-TAPInto of Passaic Valley

World Series of Birding a not-to-miss event, naturalist says-My Central Jersey

Basking Ridge naturalist now leads youth team in ‘World Series of Birding’-New Jersey Hills/The Bernardsville News

March

New Jersey’s ‘Flyest’ Couple Begins Parental Journey- SNJ Today

A. William Trucksess, 87, built Philadelphia Sign Co. into a national enterprise- Philly.com

New Jersey Audubon and PSE&G team up for live eagle cam- NJ Herald

Monarch butterfly numbers decline again in Mexican wintering ground- Press of AC

MILLS RESERVATION WAS HOME TO WWII SEARCHLIGHT PLATFORM, SITE OF CATHEDRAL- Montclair Local

NJ AUDUBON: LET’S FIX THE FEDERAL ETHANOL MANDATE-NJ Environmental News

Congress Passes $5 Million for Delaware River Basin Restoration Program-TAPInto Newark

Federal budget includes $5 million for Delaware River clean up-State Impact

DEP Control Ensures Protection for New Jersey’s Vulnerable Birds-TAPInto Newark, New Brunswick

NJ Audubon: Congress Passes $5 Million for Delaware River Basin Restoration Program in FY2018 Omnibus Spending Bill-Insider NJ

Congress Passes $5 Million for Delaware River Basin Restoration Program-TAPInto New Brunswick

OFFSHORE WIND FARM GETS CLOSER TO CRANKING OUT MEGAWATTS-NJ Spotlight

Congress Passes $5 Million for Delaware River Basin Restoration Program in FY2018 Omnibus Spending Bill-South Jersey Observer

Young Red-Tailed Hawk Spotted in Somerville Hunting Prey-My Central Jersey.com

Bald Eagles Nesting in Salem Expecting to Hatch Soon-SNJ Today

World Series of Birding-The Jersey Cape

February

New Jersey Audubon and PSE&G Team Up to Stream Live Eagle Cam-Business Wire

Cheer on the Eagles! No, Not Those — Watch the Bald Ones Nesting in PSE&G Tower in New Jersey – NBCNewYork

Watch live: South Jersey eagles build nest as Superbowl looms –Courier Post

Not into football? Then these may be the eagles for you to watch.-NJ.com

Bald eagles soar over Cumberland County-The Daily Journal

Super Bowl isn’t the only way to watch the Eagles live- Eyewitness News 7 (television)

NJ Audubon, PSE&G team up for live bald eagle cam-News12NJ

Eagles (the feathered kid) land in NJ, and you can watch –101.5

Eagle-Cam Gives Bird’s-Eye View to Nesting Pair-SNJ Today (South Jersey News)

New Jersey Audubon of Bernardsville, PSE&G team to offer live ‘Eagle Cam’– New Jersey Hills

New Jersey Audubon and PSE&G Team Up to Stream Live Eagle Cam- Electric Energy Online

The World Series of Birding turns 35 in 2018-Bird Watching Daily.com

Eagle fans enjoy the sights at this N.J. lake (PHOTOS)-NJ.com

OP-ED: PRIVATE LANDOWNERS, LOCAL FARMERS CAN PROTECT DELAWARE RIVER-NJ Spotlight & The Inquirer/Philly.com (same article)

Largest parcel in private hands on Cape May Peninsula preserved-Press of AC

Stabile: Go eagles! The state’s bald eagles, that is-Daily Record

WATCH LIVE: NJ Audubon Eagle Cam in South Jersey-My Central Jersey.com

Meet NJ’s Lovebirds On Eagle Cam-Baristanet

Coalition for the Delaware River Watershed Expresses Concern Over Lack of Delaware River Investments in President’s 2019 Budget Proposal-InsiderNJ

New Jersey Audubon & PSE&G Streaming Live Eagle Cam-The Birding Wire

Scope Out NJ Audubon’s 23rd Annual Sale on Sport Optics-The Birding Wire

Pikes Pick: Get up close and personal with eagles via high-definition online camera-The Gazette (Colorado)

Oyster farms, wildlife look to co-exist-The Gazette of Middletown (Shore News Today)

Zeiss to Continue Sponsorship of New Jersey Audubon’s Young Birder’s Program-The Birding Wire

January

Jersey City sues to stop Liberty State Park marina plan-NJ.com

Our view: A little effort by NJ could be a big help for monarch butterflies-Press of AC

Bird-Friendly Bill Introduced in Senate- USGNN

Middle Township snow sculptor to be featured on Travel Channel- Press of AC

New Jersey Audubon puts natural twist on yoga- My Central Jersey.com

Bills to help monarchs signed by governor, solar subsidy bill passed Legislature- Press of AC

Petty’s Island’s return to the wild- Philly Curbed.com

The World’s Bird Observatories Flock Together- Rare Bird Alert

Survival of fittest on display in severe cold- Press of AC

Gov. Murphy Plays to NJ Environmentalists from Day One – NJ Spotlight

LoBiondo Continues to Stand as an Environment Champion to Cape May- Cape May Herald

How New Jersey’s wildlife is surviving the frigid weather- NJ 101.5

Monarch butterfly migration was off this year and researchers are worried- Washington Post

Jersey City golf course seeks to expand into Liberty State Park-NJ.com

Late monarch butterfly migration has researchers worried- Sentinel Source.com

Letter to the Editor: Renewable Fuel Standard Threatens New Jersey Wildlife & Worsens Climate Change- TAPInto Brunswick

Murphy restarts big offshore wind plan for New Jersey- Press of AC