From late June to mid-July we surveyed osprey nests from Monmouth Beach south along the coast to Atlantic City. While conducting these surveys we collected trash found within and around 112 active osprey nests. The amount of trash is an eye opener to how much marine debris is out on the salt marsh and in our estuaries. We found all sorts of trash, most of it was plastic (bags, mylar balloons,…
To protect and preserve rare and imperiled wildlife that live, breed and migrate through New…Read More
Since 2001, a live webcam streamed video from a peregrine falcon nest in Jersey City, New Jersey. It was hosted by the NJ Division of Fish…Read More
Debris collected from in and around 112 active osprey nests along New Jersey's coastline.
We recently decided to have a photo contest to choose a new cover photo for our Facebook page. We wanted to do this as a way to engage…Read More