The New Jersey Field Office is located in Galloway, New Jersey, a short distance outside of Atlantic City. We are the local Ecological Services field station, serving all of New Jersey in four program areas: endangered species, conservation planning assistance, environmental contaminants, and private lands restoration.
What We Do
The New Jersey Field Office works with experts, conservation groups, landowners, and many others to protect and recover threatened and endangered species. We coordinate with federal and state agencies, local governments, the business community, and private citizens to make sure that wildlife resources are considered during project planning, such as for transportation, energy, coastal management, and development. New Jersey Field Office biologists serve on oil spill response teams, investigate the effects of environmental contamination, and work to restore polluted habitats. And we work with private landowners to restore fish and wildlife habitats.
Here are some of our focal programs in New Jersey:
Environmental Response and Restoration
Partners for Fish and Wildlife
|Federally Listed or Proposed Species||Other Species|
eastern black rail
rufa red knot
northern long-eared bat
northeastern beach tiger beetle
small whorled pogonia
*Being evaluated for possible listing under the ESA
**Candidate for listing under the ESA
***Protected by the Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act
Projects and Research
Visit our library for species survey protocols, surveyor lists, guidance documents, and great information about New Jersey's varied ecosystems and habitats.
There are many opportunities to enjoy and help wildlife in New Jersey!