|proposed bobcat alley - via www.nature.org|
Bobcats are New Jersey’s last remaining wild cats. Once nearly extinct in our state, they are still endangered here, but making a comeback. The key to their success is habitat.
The Nature Conservancy is working to protect critical habitat for these beautiful cats in New Jersey. They call it "Bobcat Alley," and it's a place created by connecting preserved land between two great mountain ranges: the Appalachians and the Highlands.
The Bobcat Alley wildlife corridor will provide space for bobcats to hunt, raise young here and flourish.
You can help build Bobcat Alley by donating to The Nature Conservancy.