About NJAS
Year End Giving
Your YEAR-END contribution to New Jersey Audubon will make a difference in people’s lives every day by protecting the forests, water, and wildlife we all depend upon, and by awakening the spirit through activities that forge deep, lasting connections with the natural world.   
We are New Jersey Audubon because of YOU!

Help Us Raise Awareness
New Jersey Audubon is your voice for conservation... advocating for open space preservation, taking a science-based stance on forest health issues, speaking out for the protection of threatened and endangered species, safeguarding air and water quality, responsibly addressing climate change issues, and raising awareness of the rights of children to access and connect with nature.

New Jersey Audubon is at the forefront of 21st century environmentalism... developing integrated service learning projects that achieve both conservation and education goals. High school students study environmental issues in the Barnegat Bay Watershed then design a program to teach their middle school counterparts about conservation that has them planting 10,000 Atlantic White Cedar trees in our Pine Barrens sanctuary. Innovative projects like this are a signature of New Jersey Audubon’s leadership.

Help Us Restore Habitat
New Jersey Audubon models stewardship and advances sound ecological management practices... partnering with both public and private landowners across the state to restore and conserve critical habitats. Working with New Jersey American Water and the US Fish and Wildlife Service, for instance, we restored riparian habitat along the Lamington River in Hunterdon County. Migratory birds and other wildlife will now benefit from the removal of invasive species and the 800 native trees and shrubs planted by company employees.

New Jersey Audubon finds answers through research that guides conservation policy... Partnering with an international team of scientists, our research staff banded Semipalmated Sandpipers in Brazil last winter then sighted the birds back at Delaware Bay during spring migration. This effort underscores the importance of Delaware Bay as a critical staging area for migratory shorebirds, and is just one of many efforts to protect wildlife for future generations.
Please support New Jersey Audubon’s continued success by making a special year-end contribution to advance our mission and guide our conservation legacy of tomorrow.

Thank You!

CLICK HERE to make a tax-deductible year-end contribution.