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February’s “Backyard Forestry in 90 Minutes” – Northern Bobwhite Restoration / Translocation Project

February 14th from 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm

Northern Bobwhite populations declined by 82% between 1966 and 2010, one of the most dramatic declines in the U.S. In New Jersey the species is believed to be functionally extinct with the possibility of some birds still existing in southwestern NJ.

Shifts in farming practices, along with the loss of farmland and young forest habitat are the primary causes of the decline. In order to save this native species we must restore large tracts of quality habitat and reintroduce the birds. New Jersey Audubon is leading a unique partnership to restore Northern Bobwhite quail to New Jersey! Can translocation be successful for re-establishing a population of bobwhites in the Mid-Atlantic region and can forest stewardship be the answer to sustain that population?

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New Jersey Forestry Association, Inc.

A non-profit tax exempt organization under IRS 501 (c) 3

The New Jersey Forestry Association was founded in 1975 and incorporated in 1983 to promote forestry and forest management on public and privately owned woodlands throughout New Jersey. There is a need for an organization which can act as a spokesperson and advocate for woodland owners, conservationists and others interested in maintaining our forests. We welcome all people who share these values and concerns to join our Association and participate in our varied activities and programs.


The Association publishes the “New Jersey Woodlands” newsletter quarterly with frequent electronic communication, conducts an annual business meeting and program, sponsors or co-sponsors a number of forestry field trips, seminars, workshops and tree planting projects during the year, is a co-sponsor of The New Jersey Tree Farm Program, and works jointly with public and private conservation groups.


Backyard Forestry in 90 Minutes program series

Join us at the Forest Resource Education Center in Jackson for a monthly session on a Backyard Forestry topic. Presented by experts in the field, learn how to make your property work for you. Topics include maple sugaring, firewood, tree identification, wildlife, tree planting, and much more. More information on Backyard Forestry in 90 Minutes.


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