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New Jersey's Songbirds


Migratory Bird Treaty Centennial 1916-2016 (US FWS)
American Woodcock/Golden-Winged Warbler Conservation - American Bird Conservancy Video
Habitat Work to Continue At Sparta Mt. WMA
Forest Management Activities At Weldon Brook WMA To Benefit Imperiled Species
Tips to Prevent Birds Hitting Windows (pdf, American Bird Conservancy)
Habitat Management for Grassland Birds
South Branch WMA (Merck Tract) Going to the Birds

Who hasn't delighted in the sound of a songbird singing? Whether singing to attract a mate or declare its territory, people have enjoyed hearing the songs of birds for millenia. New Jersey, sometimes referred to as "the crossroads of migration" thanks to its geographic location, is host to an impressive number of birds, both migrant and resident.

The links below lead to pages with information about New Jersey's songbirds.

Checklist of NJ Birds
Neotropical Migrant Birds


arrow Conservation Partners Team Up for Grasslands Protection
arrow New Jersey's Endangered and Threatened Species
arrow Watchable Wildlife and Diversity Tours
arrow Partners in Flight
arrow Reducing Bird Collisions With Buildings and Building Glass (pdf, US FWS)
back to Endangered and Nongame Species Program page
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