|Grand Opening Tour Of the Historic Bonaparte Garden: Farming the Land with Seeds of History at Point Breeze (D&R Greenway Land Trust/Saturday, October 1, 2022 @ 2:00 p.m.)
D&R Greenway’s president and CEO Linda Mead invites the public to join D&R Greenway’s Garden Steward Lara Periard to celebrate the newly planted historic garden at Point Breeze and its first harvest seasonRead more...
|Brigantine Island Birding Field Trip (Rancocas Nature Center/Saturday, October 8 10:00 a.m.)
Spend the morning with experienced birder Bob Leifeste and Rancocas naturalist Mary Belko looking for shorebirds staging along the beaches of Brigantine Island. Large flocks can be seen sometimes at this time of year.
|A Guide To Seals Along The Jersey Shore! (Save Coastal Wildlife)
The Jersey Shore is a seasonal home to several species of seals or pinnipeds during the late fall, winter, and early spring; sometimes even year-round as every so often a juvenile seal might be spotted during the summer. Seals are protected pursuant to the Marine Mammal Protection Act of 1972, meaning that it is illegal to harm or harass them.Read more...
|Weathering The Storm: Increased Resiliency a Decade After Superstorm Sandy (September-November 2022/Rutgers University NJ Agricultural Experiment Station)
In recognition of the 10th anniversary of Superstorm Sandy, we pause to reflect and evaluate on how our state has become more resilient to environmental impacts, with an emphasis on storms and extreme weather. Join us for this webinar series as we learn from experts on how New Jersey has become more resilient.Read more...
|Union County Falcon Cam (Conserve Wildlife Foundation of New Jersey)
Conserve Wildlife Foundation of NJ has partnered with Union County to stream this falcon nest live from the roof of the County Courthouse in downtown Elizabeth, New Jersey!Read more...
|Bat Colony Reporting (Rutgers University Wildlife Conservation & Management Program)
Since 2006, over 5.7 million bats have died from White Nose Syndrome, a devastating disease that destroys their wing tissue. Despite many inaccurate myths about bats, they are important providers of ecological services, particularly as insect pest managers. Please help us monitor bat populations in New Jersey by letting us know if you have an active bat colony on your property!Read more...