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Cape Island Creek is a haven for migrating birds, raptors, and pollinators like bumblebees and monarch butterflies.
Healthy forests mean clean water and great beer!
As rising waters threaten coastal areas, communities are realizing that nature is their best first line of defense.
Enjoy spectacular photos featuring New Jersey's lands and waters—and the animals, plants and people that need them.
Take a virtual tour of the freshwater wetlands and beach at the end of the Cape May Peninsula.
Share your photos and help us show New Jersey's irreplaceable nature.
Follow students from The Nature Conservancy's LEAF program as they restore our coasts and discover how nature can protect us from future superstorms.
Every fall, hundreds of owls fly over The Nature Conservancy's Cape May Meadows Preserve, headed to points south. Spend a night with owl bander Katy Duffy.
With help from The Nature Conservancy, citizens of Millville, New Jersey got together to build a rain garden to help keep polluted stormwater from going into the nearby Maurice River.