The red headed woodpecker is considered rare in the Northeast. Bobcats – endangered in NJ since 1991 – are threatened by changes in land use, barriers to free movement between suitable habitats, and wildlife-vehicle collisions. Overuse of herbicides is killing native plants essential for the survival of pollinators like hummingbirds and monarch butterflies.
Our goal is to ensure our beautiful landscapes and lush ecosystems are around for all future generations to experience and enjoy. We’re achieving this by working with volunteers, the public sector, and private industry alike to reintroduce native plant species to our local communities and give native wildlife the healthy, nourishing habits they need to thrive.