New Jersey Audubon is one of the oldest and largest conservation organizations in New Jersey.  We help to protect wildlife and habitat throughout New Jersey’s Forests and Farms, Coasts and Wetlands and Cities and Towns

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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



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

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 –


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



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


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

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 –


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


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


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


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

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


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 |

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

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-

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


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

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

$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


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

There’s a Hidden Gem for All to Enjoy in & 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


The Bird Watcher: Watching season reaches its peak in

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

Wild quail, nearly vanished in NJ, mount fragile

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


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

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

Restoration of the Delaware River Watershed-The River Report


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

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

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?

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

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 (

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


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

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

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



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


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

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

World Series of Birding-The Jersey Cape


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

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

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


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

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


Jersey City sues to stop Liberty State Park marina

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

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

Petty’s Island’s return to the wild- Philly

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

Late monarch butterfly migration has researchers worried- Sentinel

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