New Jersey 2018 conservation update

Atlantic Flyway habitat continues to expand

Ducks Unlimited conserves habitat at the continental scale to meet the lifecycle needs of North America's waterfowl. New Jersey is part of the Atlantic Flyway, providing important migration and wintering areas for many of the continent's waterfowl such as American black ducks, mallards, canvasbacks and Canada geese.

Working with a variety of partners, DU's New Jersey conservation program has restored, enhanced and conserved 14,170 acres of wetlands and adjacent habitat. New Jersey's conservation projects are designed to maximize the amount and quality of migration and wintering waterfowl habitat as well as improve conditions for waterfowl production.

View the 2018 state conservation report to see where Ducks Unlimited is working in New Jersey.

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