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Here are a few "Top Stories" from NJ Audubon's Research Department projects
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- December, 2014: NJ Audubon receives a grant to restore and enhance beaches at Stone Harbor Point

- October, 2014: NJ Audubon receives grant from Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund for sixth year

- July, 2014: First ever geolocator data for a Semipalmated Sandpiper show remarkable year-long odyssey

- February, 2014: Research team returns from another successful field expedition to Brazil

- August 30, 2013: NJ Audubon honored with grant from Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund 

- Summer, 2013: Semipalmated Sandpipers with Geolocators are resighted in the US

- August, 2013: Semipalmated Sandpiper Resightings during fall migration

- April, 2013:  US Ambassador to Suriname visits NJ Audubon field research team at Warappa Kreek

- February, 2013: A Reunion of Old Friends - Delaware Bay Shorebird recaptured in Brazil

- December, 2012: NJ Audubon Research Department awarded grant by the Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund

- November, 2012:
Bigi Pan camp opens in Suriname for game wardens patroling as part of shorebird anti-poaching efforts

- May, 2012:  Exceptional Excursion meets Semipalmated Sandpiper

- Summer, 2012: NJA works with PSEG to develop management strategies for utility rights-of-way in NJ Highlands

- Spring, 2012: DuPont's Clear into the Future conservation program highlights NJA work on metal contaminants in shorebirds migrating thru Delaware Bay

- January, 2012:  First recapture of Semipalmated Sandpipers, banded in Delaware Bay, in Suriname

 - January, 2012: Shorebird Conservation Project expands to Brazil

 - Spring, 2012 Have you seen my SESA?

 - May, 2012:  Researchers from Brazil visit Delaware Bay