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New Jersey Bald Eagle Management Project 2001

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This is a report of the 2001 midwinter (January) survey of bald eagles in New Jersey. A total of 31 eagle pairs (27 active (with eggs) and 4 territorial pairs) were monitored during the nesting season. Almost three-quarters of the nests were located in southern NJ, while a few were in central and northern NJ. ENSP staff, regional coordinators, and volunteers reported a total of 140 bald eagles counted in January's midwinter survey, 33 in the north and 107 in the south

Topics: birds, ecology, endangered species, environmental data, environmental monitoring, threatened species, eagles, bald eagles
Publisher: New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, Division of Fish and Wildlife, Endangered and Nongame Species Program
Year: 2001
DOI identifier: 10.7282/T36D5TS7
OAI identifier: oai:example.org:rutgers-lib:17116
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