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  • Junior Duck Stamps - The Wetlands Institute The Wetlands Institute
    well known and is everywhere in this world It is one of the most popular species of duck in the world but I ve seen it only once or twice when I am hiking through the mountains of Ramapo Slotterback How long have you been doing art What is your favorite medium Jeon I have been doing art since when I was in second grade all the way up to sixth grade I took a leave of art when I was in eighth grade because my interest and my passion of art diminished I tried to find something else but nothing would satisfy my void I finally snapped out of it and decided to come back to art when I was in tenth grade From then on my love for art came back and I ve been practicing my technique ever since My favorite medium is charcoal This oily messy texture when utilized on paper brings out the darkest and lightest shadows that can make it realistic and make it pop out Slotterback What other activities are you involved in school or in your community Sports Scouts Marching Band or other activities or clubs Jeon I ve been involved with Art Club Art Crew for my school s musical and play Marching Band and the National Art Honor Society Slotterback What other competitions have you entered Jeon I ve entered into Young Art Competition for the Ridgewood Art Institute and won a fabulous scholarship from their prestigious institute I ve also won Gold and Silver Key for my selected artwork pieces for the Art and Writing Scholastics and my one artwork piece has been selected and will be presented into the Morris Town Museum Slotterback Have you lived in New Jersey all of your life If so in the same place or have you lived elsewhere in NJ Jeon I have lived in New Jersey ever since when I was an infant Throughout my life I ve lived in three towns Palisades Park Fort Lee and my current hometown Washington Twp Slotterback Have you been looking at colleges What would you like to major in Jeon I ve applied to seven art colleges and I got accepted to all of them These seven colleges are Pratt Institute Ringling College of Art and Design School of Visual Arts School of Art Institute of Chicago RIT MICA and Syracuse University I am going to major in Illustration and Animation for the next four years 2015 Best of Show Artist Eric Jeon Read more Show less NJ Best of Show from Previous Years 2014 Best of Show Si youn Kim 2013 Best of Show June Lee 2011 Best of Show Ryan Van Dongen 2010 NJ Best of Show Jiwon Shin 2009 NJ Best of Show Sukkyu Cho 2008 NJ Best of Show Ji Youn Park 2015 Federal Junior Duck Stamp Program The Wetlands Institute is the official State of New Jersey site for Junior Duck Stamp entries and judging Congratulations to all students

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  • Bird Sightings at the WI - The Wetlands Institute The Wetlands Institute
    Recycling Station Program Horseshoe Crab Conservation reTURN the Favor Conservation in Action Horseshoe Crab Spawning Surveys Response to Public Comment Post Sandy Emergency Restoration Adopt A Horseshoe Crab Stone Harbor Bird Sanctuary Restoration Junior Duck Stamps Bird Sightings at the WI New Jersey Adubon s World Series of Birding Online Pledge Form Donate a Fixed Amount Native Gardening and Landscaping Research Current and Past Programs Coastal Conservation Research Program 2015 Intern Symposium Partners Sponsors Stone Harbor Point Restoration Project Academic Affiliations of Student Researchers Asian Scholarship Program 2000 2010 Diamondback Terrapins Visit Us Bird Sightings at the WI The Wetlands Institute is a great place for birding Click the links below to review the bird species recently sighted Please feel free to email your sightings and images to staff wetlandsinstitute org May 2012 2012 World Series of Birding Marshketeers Checklist April 2012 Wednesday April 18 2012 March 2012 Tuesday March 27 2012 Wednesday March 7 2012 Wednesday March 21 2012 February 2012 Great Backyard Bird Count Saturday February 18th 2012 Great Backyard Bird Count February 17 2012 Friday February 10 2012 Wednesday February 8 2012 January 2012 Thursday January 12 2012 Tuesday January 10 2012 Thursday January 5 2012 Friday January 6 2012 December 2011 Monday December 5 2011 November 2011 Monday November 28 2011 Tuesday November 22 2011 Saturday November 19 2011 Friday November 18 2011 Friday November 11 2011 Wednesday November 9 201 1 Monday November 7 2011 Wednesday November 2 2011 Tuesday November 1 2011 October 2011 Monday October 31 2011 Monday October 24 2011 Sunday October 23 2011 Friday October 21 2011 Tuesday October 18 2011 Monday October 17 2011 Friday October 14 2011 Additional Information Annual Report Articles and Publications New Directions Newsletters Overview Meet the Staff Board of Trustees Sustainability Latest News and Developments

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  • World Series of Birding The Wetlands Institute
    Duck Stamps Bird Sightings at the WI New Jersey Adubon s World Series of Birding Online Pledge Form Donate a Fixed Amount Native Gardening and Landscaping Research Current and Past Programs Coastal Conservation Research Program 2015 Intern Symposium Partners Sponsors Stone Harbor Point Restoration Project Academic Affiliations of Student Researchers Asian Scholarship Program 2000 2010 Diamondback Terrapins Visit Us New Jersey Adubon s World Series of Birding Saturday May 14 2016 9 30 3 00pm Make a Pledge Donate Now Support our team The Marshketeers in this annual 24 hours of birding intensity for good cause Our team including staff and volunteers pledges their commitment to a full day and night in wind rain sand and mud crisscrossing southern New Jersey and consuming loads of coffee and snacks to find and identify as many species as they can by sight or sound Can you help us by pledging your support for our team This is an important fund raising event for the Institute in 2015 the Marshketeers spotted 130 species and raised nearly 5 000 We ask for your generous support to make 2016 an even better year for conservation Corporate sponsorships are also available Proceeds from this year s event will be used to support avian research and conservative programs at the Institute There are several ways to support us Pledge an amount per bird species identified and mail your contribution after the results are in for the year Contribute a fixed amount to send in right away Offer an additional pledge based on whether the bonus bird is found Please note To save paper and reduce our costs this year we will not mail out forms This way we can devote all monies directly to our avian research and conservation programs Call 609 368 1211 or make your

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  • Online Pledge Form - The Wetlands Institute The Wetlands Institute
    to Reclassify Terrapins as Non game Species Terrapin Road Patrol Statistics Terrapins and Traps Terrapin Learning Activities 2011 Annual Report Excluder Devices Adopt A Terrapin Building Terrapin Barriers and Fences Monofilament Recycling Station Program Horseshoe Crab Conservation reTURN the Favor Conservation in Action Horseshoe Crab Spawning Surveys Response to Public Comment Post Sandy Emergency Restoration Adopt A Horseshoe Crab Stone Harbor Bird Sanctuary Restoration Junior Duck Stamps Bird Sightings at the WI New Jersey Adubon s World Series of Birding Online Pledge Form Donate a Fixed Amount Native Gardening and Landscaping Research Current and Past Programs Coastal Conservation Research Program 2015 Intern Symposium Partners Sponsors Stone Harbor Point Restoration Project Academic Affiliations of Student Researchers Asian Scholarship Program 2000 2010 Diamondback Terrapins Visit Us Online Pledge Form Your Name required Are you a member Yes No Address City State Zip Your Email required Would you like us to email you a reminder next year Yes No Your Phone required Don t worry we ll only use your phone and email to contact you about your pledge if necessary For each species The Marshketeers spot I wish to pledge 25 50 75 1 Other Other Amount Yes In addition to any other pledges that I have made I agree to donate an additional 25 if the bonus bird is spotted The bonus bird for 2016 is the Glossy ibis We will send you an invoice letting you know how much your donation adds up to once the World Series of Birding is over If you prefer to make a fixed amount donation using our secure online form click the button below Fixed Donation Email Updates Stay informed by signing up for our email updates Sign Up Now Recent Posts Front Desk Retail Sales May through September Great News for Terrapins A

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  • Research - The Wetlands Institute The Wetlands Institute
    Public Comment Post Sandy Emergency Restoration Adopt A Horseshoe Crab Stone Harbor Bird Sanctuary Restoration Junior Duck Stamps Bird Sightings at the WI New Jersey Adubon s World Series of Birding Online Pledge Form Donate a Fixed Amount Native Gardening and Landscaping Research Current and Past Programs Coastal Conservation Research Program 2015 Intern Symposium Partners Sponsors Stone Harbor Point Restoration Project Academic Affiliations of Student Researchers Asian Scholarship Program 2000 2010 Diamondback Terrapins Visit Us Research Science at the Shore Research in Conservation Biology Since its foundation in 1969 the Wetlands Institute has routinely involved undergraduate students in a wide variety of research projects pertaining to coastal environments and the organisms inhabiting them Currently the Wetlands Institute is a partner in the Coastal Conservation Research Program CCRP with Richard Stockton College of New Jersey and is also supported by other public private donors The CCRP focuses its conservation and research efforts on issues created by our close proximity to the dense human population of the northeastern United States Over the past 20 years the CCRP has increasingly involved partnerships with Stockton students and faculty Additionally college and university students from more than 100 other academic institutions throughout the United States and abroad have participated in our program The CCRP now annually involves approximately 10 15 student researchers supervised by research scientists In 2000 the Wetlands Institute became the host research facility for the Asian Scholarship Program The program brings young aspiring herpetologists from other parts of the world to the United States for an intensive summer of research workshops and fieldtrips These Asian interns work alongside our summer research interns learning skills that will enable them to conserve native wildlife in their home countries Additional Information 2013 Road Patrol Map Current and Past Programs Stone Harbor Point Restoration Project Academic

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  • Current and Past Programs - The Wetlands Institute The Wetlands Institute
    Research Current and Past Programs Coastal Conservation Research Program 2015 Intern Symposium Partners Sponsors Stone Harbor Point Restoration Project Academic Affiliations of Student Researchers Asian Scholarship Program 2000 2010 Diamondback Terrapins Visit Us Current and Past Programs Current Research Programs Overview Since its foundation in 1969 The Wetlands Institute has actively engaged in a wide variety of research projects pertaining to the habitats processes and wildlife of the local barrier beach and wetland ecosystems Each summer The Wetlands Institute runs the Coastal Conservation Research Program CCRP which provides 5 10 student interns mentoring and supervised research opportunities with experienced research scientists Over the past 20 years students from nearly 200 academic institutions throughout the United States and abroad have participated in the CCRP Additionally visiting researchers graduate students and course instructors from academic institutions and agencies around the United States join our staff to take advantage of our facilities and surrounding ecosystems for research and educational opportunities Terrapin Conservation Program For over 20 years the Terrapin Conservation Program has promoted the conservation of Diamondback Terrapins in southern New Jersey through applied research citizen science projects and formal and informal educational programs Research activities focus on assessing the impacts human activities to the local terrapin population and the application and development of novel methods to reduce impacts Ongoing approaches for studying the local terrapin population include the use of mark recapture and release techniques the application of sonar telemetry technology and observational studies of life history reproduction and ecosystem dynamics Horseshoe Crab Conservation Project Since 1991 The Wetlands Institute has brought scientists and volunteers together to conduct surveys of the ecologically vital Horseshoe Crab population on the New Jersey side of Delaware Bay The Wetlands Institute is one of many organizations that conduct surveys of spawning Horseshoe Crabs in both New Jersey and Delaware At the end of spawning season data are collected from all surveys and submitted to the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission The Commission utilizes survey data to understand the status of the Delaware Bay Horseshoe Crab population and inform management decisions for the crab population Avian Research and Conservation The Wetlands Institute is located in Cape May County an area world renowned for its abundance and diversity of birds Studying bird use in this critical location is central to understanding long term population trends The Wetlands Institute has a long history of monitoring and studying local avian populations and we continue to strive to make contributions that inform avian conservation and management activities We also monitor habitat to understand changes to resource use and availability in this dynamic system Past and Ongoing Research Programs Innovative Use of Dredged Materials and Disposal Sites to Enhance Diamondback Terrapin Nesting Habitat and Reduce Mortality The Wetlands Institute in partnership with the Richard Stockton College Coastal Research Center Ocean Coastal Consultants Inc and with support from the New Jersey Department of Transportation identified locations suitable for enhancement of Diamondback Terrapin nesting habitat with use of dredged material Priority areas for terrapin

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  • Coastal Conservation Research Program - The Wetlands Institute The Wetlands Institute
    Program The Coastal Conservation Research Program CCRP offers a 10 week summer internship program for undergraduate students hosted at The Wetlands Institute on the Cape May Peninsula of southern New Jersey Located on 6 000 acres of coastal salt marsh and in close proximity to Atlantic coast barrier island and Delaware Bay beaches The Wetlands Institute promotes research education and conservation through a variety of community engagement projects educational programs and field studies focused on coastal birds diamondback terrapins horseshoe crabs and coastal and wetland ecosystem dynamics Over the past 20 years nearly 200 college and university students from over 100 academic institutions throughout the United States and abroad have participated in CCRP as research interns CCRP interns work closely with research scientists on a wide variety of projects participate in outreach activities conduct independent research projects and present results at our annual Intern Symposium In 2016 CCRP research interns will have the opportunity to participate in projects that may include Diamondback Terrapin Research and Conservation Surveys of Breeding Birds in Coastal Habitats Delaware Bay Horseshoe Crab Research and Conservation Sea Level Rise Issues in the Coastal Salt Marshes Research interns will receive a stipend 160 week Limited housing is available in Institute dorms Personal transportation is strongly recommended Application and Contact Information Students applying for a research internship should be completing their sophomore junior or senior year at a college or university and be interested in biological research as a career The internship period runs from late May through early August Students should be available for the duration of the term All applicants must submit a complete application package consisting of the following 1 Completed application form download below 2 Resume 3 Copy of college transcripts 4 Statement of Interest 5 One letter of recommendation can be sent separately

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  • Partners & Sponsors - The Wetlands Institute The Wetlands Institute
    Opportunities 2015 Intern Symposium Osprey Camera Conservation Adopt A Terrapin Terrapin Conservation Terrapins What to do 25 Years of Terrapin Conservation and Research Bill to Reclassify Terrapins as Non game Species Terrapin Road Patrol Statistics Terrapins and Traps Terrapin Learning Activities 2011 Annual Report Excluder Devices Adopt A Terrapin Building Terrapin Barriers and Fences Monofilament Recycling Station Program Horseshoe Crab Conservation reTURN the Favor Conservation in Action Horseshoe Crab Spawning Surveys Response to Public Comment Post Sandy Emergency Restoration Adopt A Horseshoe Crab Stone Harbor Bird Sanctuary Restoration Junior Duck Stamps Bird Sightings at the WI New Jersey Adubon s World Series of Birding Online Pledge Form Donate a Fixed Amount Native Gardening and Landscaping Research Current and Past Programs Coastal Conservation Research Program 2015 Intern Symposium Partners Sponsors Stone Harbor Point Restoration Project Academic Affiliations of Student Researchers Asian Scholarship Program 2000 2010 Diamondback Terrapins Visit Us Partners Sponsors Multiple public and private partners support the CCRP through funding and collaborative support These partners include The Wetlands Institute The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection s Endangered and Non game Species Program Conserve Wildlife Foundation of New Jersey Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund New Jersey Meadowlands Commission Asian Scholar Program A consortium of partners including New York Tutle and Tortoise Society Wetlands Institute Chelonian Research Institute Gopher Tortoise Council Wildlife Conservation Society and Conservation International Philadelphia Zoo Additional Information Description of Research Projects Presentations Publications Student Research Activities Info Application Contact Info Email Updates Stay informed by signing up for our email updates Sign Up Now Recent Posts Front Desk Retail Sales May through September Great News for Terrapins A Record Breaking Sanderling Two Nations for One Wetlands 25 Years of Protecting Diamondback Terrapins The Wetlands Institute Community The Wetlands Institute is a

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