Wendy Walsh

Wendy Walsh, New Jersey Field Office
Senior Fish & Wildlife Biologist

4 E. Jimmie Leeds Road
Suite 4
Galloway, NJ 08205
United States

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Areas of expertise
Endangered Species Act
coastal issues (beach nourishment, dredging)
coastal species (rufa red knot, piping plover, seabeach amaranth)
offshore wind

From The Library

New Jersey Field Office Project Screening Questions

This document is for use under Step 3 of our online New Jersey Field Office Project Review Guide. (Step 3 is Determine if Service Review is Needed.)

Frequently Asked Questions (F.A.Q.s) about Delaware Bay Rufa Red Knots and Horseshoe Crabs

Frequently asked questions about rufa red knots and horseshoe crabs in Delaware Bay. Questions relate to population trends of both species, as well as management of the horseshoe crab harvest. This FAQ also includes information about conservation efforts for these species, and how the...

Frequently Asked Questions (F.A.Q.s) about Delaware Bay Shorebirds and Conflicts with Peregrine Falcons

Agency white paper regarding known and potential conflicts between peregrine falcons and shorebirds in New Jersey, and management options to support conservation of both.

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Evaluation of the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission Horseshoe Crab-Red Knot Adaptive Resource Management Revision

The Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission’s Horseshoe Crab Management Board has accepted for use the 2021 Revision of the Adaptive Resource Management (ARM) Framework that sets harvest levels for Delaware Bay-origin horseshoe crabs, an important food source for migratory shorebirds. ...

Plant Protection Strips: A New Tool for Balancing Recreation and Conservation

Service recommendations to manage the back beach zone to enhance habitat for seabeach amaranth and other native beach plants.