New Jersey saw record-setting number of ospreys in 2018

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AVALON ZOPPO / PRESS OF ATLANTIC CITY – Once severely endangered, the number of ospreys in New Jersey continues to increase.

A record-breaking 932 ospreys were counted in 2018 in the Garden State, according to a report by the New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife and the Conserve Wildlife Foundation of New Jersey. The prior year, 892 were counted.

Once severely endangered, the number of ospreys in New Jersey continues to increase.

A record-breaking 932 ospreys were counted in 2018 in the Garden State, according to a report by the New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife and the Conserve Wildlife Foundation of New Jersey. The prior year, 892 were counted …

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