Conserve Wildlife Foundation of New Jersey

To protect and preserve rare and imperiled wildlife that live, breed and migrate through New Jersey. The Conserve Wildlife Foundation ... Read more

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To protect and preserve rare and imperiled wildlife that live, breed and migrate through New Jersey.

The Conserve Wildlife Foundation of New Jersey (CWF) is a non-profit conservation organization dedicated to New Jersey’s rare wildlife, including the 73 species protected by law and the hundreds of others considered Species of Conservation Concern. Since our inception in 1990, CWF has worked to protect our wildlife resources through research, management, outreach, and education.

Astounding - New Jersey, despite its urban reputation, has incredible biodiversity. Bobcat, Pine barrens treefrog, Bald eagle, Peregrine falcon and many more species live in the Garden State.

Of the many species of wildlife that live in New Jersey many are in danger of becoming extinct or extirpated. They are all protected by federal or state endangered species laws. However, this not does not always mean they are safe. Biologists with assistance from volunteers continually work to manage and protect rare species in New Jersey.

Check out our work at http://conservewildlifenj.org

Thank you for helping us protect rare species in New Jersey!

1. Healthy biodiversity leads to a better quality of life for all.

2. We can share our space with wildlife, and we should.

3. New Jersey's biodiversity should be protected for our future and our childrens' future.