Wetlands Institute, Stone Harbor NJ | NJ Southern Shore

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Explore the Wetlands Institute in Stone Harbor, NJ

Founded in 1969 by Herbert Mills, Executive Director of the World Wildlife Fund, the Wetlands Institute is a nonprofit organization promoting appreciation, understanding & stewardship of wetlands and coastal ecosystems through programs in research, education & conservation.

Located in Middle Township near Stone Harbor and historic Cape May, the Wetlands Institute is uniquely housed in a cedar shake building designed to resemble a turn-of-the-century coast guard station.

Situated overlooking 6,000 acres of pristine coastal wetlands, the Institute hosts over 40,000 visitors each year. Here, visitors can learn the exciting facts about life in the salt marsh environment. Throughout the year, many species of birds can be seen from their viewing areas.

As you browse through our website, you will see the many attractions we offer to visitors, as well as the extensive array of educational programs available throughout the year.

Address: 1075 Stone Harbor Blvd, Stone Harbor, NJ 08210
Phone: 609-368-1211
Contact: Jamie Warner, jwarner@wetlandsinstitute.org
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Wetlands Institute
1075 Stone Harbor Blvd, Stone Harbor, New Jersey