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WMA Habitat Management Projects


Habitat Restoration Project Sign The NJDEP Division of Fish and Wildlife's Bureau of Land Management is working on several habitat restoration projects on various Wildlife Management Areas (WMAs) throughout the state. As on-the-ground work is occurring, "Habitat Work in Progress" signs will be posted to inform the public. Links to current projects are below:

Assunpink WMA: American Woodcock Early Successional Habitat Project

Assunpink WMA Wildlife Passage System

Capoolong Creek WMA Streambank Restoration - Completed September, 2017

Great Bay WMA Terrapin Habitat Project - November 2019

Kenco (Pequest WMA) Wetland Restoration and Enhancement Project - Updated October 2018

Paulinskill River WMA Hyper Humus Restoration - Updated February, 2019

Pequest Wetland Restoration Assessment Project

Pond Creek Marsh (Higbee Beach WMA) Restoration

South Branch WMA Habitat Restoration

South Branch WMA (Merck Tract) Habitat Management Project

Sparta Mountain WMA Forest Stewardship Plan Implementation

Stafford Forge WMA, East Plains Natural Area: Broom Crowberry Habitat Restoration

Tuckahoe WMA Impoundment Restoration Project (DFW Facebook Video)

Whiting Natural Resource Stewardship Plan and September 2018 Update

Winslow WMA - Field Habitat Creation

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Last Updated: February 13, 2020