From the 2018 EnviroMentors Program to Nonprofit Social Media Hacks, the New Jersey Land Rally had something for everyone.
There are unbelievable birding spots in and around Bergen County. Thanks to Bergen County Audubon Society, I’ve been introduced to a few.
In late October of last year, I was spending time with my family at our home in Morris County. It was morning and we were sitting downstairs together reading the newspaper. Suddenly, we heard a strange noise coming from above the flue in our fireplace.
In late October 2016, I was honored to join high school students from Barack Obama Green Charter High School in Plainfield at Duke Farms.
“There’s a sunrise and a sunset every single day, and they’re absolutely free. Don’t miss so many of them.”
I was honored to observe state biologists band bald eaglet “E13” from a nest along Mantua Creek in Gloucester County, New Jersey.
Emerging conservation professionals: join me in registering for the new Master Ecologist program at Duke Farms!
Interested in pursuing a career in New Jersey’s environmental field? Want to learn more about what types of jobs are out there? Or do you want to go hiking with a group of recent grads who love the outdoors and craft beer?
My favorite time of year is when all of the birds begin to return to the Jersey Shore. Osprey once again rule the sky, and the beaches are filled with small, scurrying shorebirds like Piping Plovers. I saw this pair along Fisherman’s Path on Sandy Hook North Beach on Friday, March 25.
On Monday March 21, I had the privilege of tagging along with a team of biologists who were visiting Hibernia Mine in Rockaway Township, New Jersey. The purpose of our adventure was to gather data for various studies on White-nose syndrome, a fungal disease that has killed millions of bats in North America. Some little […]