Status Review of New Jersey Birds Using the Delphi Technique: Solicitation for Submission of Information and Request to Be Invited to Participate on the Status Review Panel
The NJDEP Division of Fish and Wildlife's Endangered and Nongame Species Program (ENSP) periodically conducts status assessments for large taxonomic groups of nongame wildlife. These assessments help determine which species should be listed on the NJ Endangered species list or designated as Threatened, Special Concern, Stable-Secure, or Undetermined-Unknown on the state's list of nongame wildlife. Since the mid-1990s the ENSP has adapted a process known as the Delphi Technique to conduct species status reviews.
For information on how ENSP conducts species status assessments see the following documents:
An Objective Means of Species Status Assessment: Adapting the Delphi Technique (pdf, 230kb)
Species Status Assessments using the Delphi Technique – Operating Procedures and Guidelines, 12/21/15 (pdf, 160kb)
STATUS ASSESSMENT REPORTS
No draft reports available.
Species Status Review of Freshwater Fishes - (pdf, 1.0mb, 7/29/16)
Species Status Review of Amphibian and Reptiles - (pdf, 1.3mb, 7/21/16)
Species Status Review of Terrestrial Mammals - (pdf, 625kb, 3/20/13)
Species Status Review of Marine Mammals - (pdf, 580kb, 1/21/09)
Species Status Listing (Conserve Wildlife Foundation of NJ)
NJ Endangered and Threatened Species
Species of Special Concern