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December 22, 2004 (rt23 news) - Do you know a child who can’t get enough of snakes, frogs, or turtles? An adult who enjoys birding or butterflies? How about a hawk or eagle enthusiast? Instead of giving them another stuffed animal or a knickknack from the mall this year, why not Adopt-A-Species? This unique gift will have a lasting impact - and truly make a difference in the effort to protect rare wildlife.
When you adopt one of New Jersey’s over 70 endangered and threatened species for yourself or to share your love of wildlife with a friend or family member, you help to protect and preserve critical habitat and ensure the survival of New Jersey’s rare wildlife. Animals up for adoption include bald eagles, peregrine falcons, bobcats, bog turtles, Pine Barrens tree frog and more. To Adopt-A-Species today, please visit or call 609-984-0621. When you Adopt-A-Species as a gift, we will send the recipient a card in your name. If you would like the gift card sent by December 25, we must receive your application by December 18 to ensure delivery. Your support this holiday season means a lot!

The biologists of NJ’s Endangered and Nongame Species Program (ENSP) have their work cut out for them in 2005. They have to monitor the effects of the Delaware River oil spill on the wildlife of the area including two bald eagle nests; dozens of osprey nesting platforms need to be replaced; important research is needed on bobcat populations; and bog turtle habitat needs to be protected. When you Adopt-A-Species, you support these important projects and help save our precious wildlife. Adopt-A-Species today to help keep wildlife in our future and our children’s future!

The Adopt-A-Species Program is sponsored by the Conserve Wildlife Foundation of NJ, a non-profit organization created in 1998 to support the wildlife preservation efforts of New Jersey’s Endangered and Nongame Species Program (ENSP). The Endangered and Nongame Species Program is completely self-supporting, it receives no annual state funding. The protection of New Jersey’s rare wildlife depends on contributions from the State income tax checkoff, the sale of Conserve Wildlife license plates, and private contributions from citizens, foundations, and corporations.

Also available from the Conserve Wildlife Foundation of NJ is the 2005 Species on the Edge Calendar. This beautiful full-color calendar showcases the winning artwork and essays from the 2004 Species on the Edge ~ Art and Essay Contest. Calendars are $8.95 and all proceeds from the sale of the calendars goes directly to wildlife conservation projects. Get a glimpse of the calendar at and call 609-984-0621 to order your copy today!

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December 22, 2004

Adopt A Species this Holiday Season!

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