Preserving New Jersey’s land and natural resources for the benefit of all
Get to know… The Camden Greenway
New Jersey Conservation began working in the City of Camden in 1986, with the long-term vision of establishing a greenway along the Cooper River. More than 30 years later, we’re playing an active role in the city’s renaissance, working with numerous community partners to provide access to nature and waterways, education programs and recreation opportunities.
Songbirds are on their way south for the winter, and September is a wonderful time to see the most colorful warblers as they pass through New Jersey. American Redstarts, Black-throated Green Warblers, and Magnolia Warblers are just a few of the species we might observe. Bring water, sun protection and a camera.
Naturalist Bill Lynch will lead a search for Fall migrants. October offers an incredible diversity of migrating birds including warblers, sparrows, and birds of prey.
59 Years. 125,000 Acres.
1 New Jersey.
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