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ENSP biologists continue to work with the Division's Bureau of Land Management and the US Fish and Wildlife Service, and other such as Public Service Electric and Gas, Jersey Central Power and Light Co., AT&T, the NJ-NY Port Authority, Delaware River Port Authority, Island Beach State Park, and the Atlantic City Hilton to maintain and protect peregrine falcon nests in New Jersey.
At the national level, the Department of Interior recently removed the peregrine falcon from the Federal Endangered Species List. This is based on US Fish and Wildlife Service data that indicates the American peregrine has recovered in sufficient numbers throughout most of the country. This recovery was largely due to state-based recovery and protection. The peregrine will keep it's NJ endangered status for the foreseeable future, due to the problems of human disturbance and the threat of contaminants in the environment.