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Waterfowl and Migratory Birds in New Jersey

 

New Jersey migratory bird regulations are now included in the Hunting and Trapping Digest. As a result, the migratory bird hunting booklet is no longer printed.

Fall "Take A Kid Hunting" Youth Hunts
arrow New Jersey to Increase American Black Duck Bag Limit To Two (2) Birds Per Day In 2017
arrow 2017-2018 Migratory Bird Season - Information and Population Status
arrow Federal Junior Duck Stamp Contest (US FWS)
arrow Canada Goose Control Information (pdf, 20kb)

2017-2018 Youth Waterfowl Hunts:
   Oct. 7 & Feb. 3, North Zone
   Oct. 14 & Feb. 3, South Zone
   Nov. 4 & Feb. 10 Coastal Zone

With hundreds of miles of ocean and bayshore coastline, coastal and inland wetlands, small ponds and large lakes, New Jersey hosts an enormous variety of waterfowl species. Waterfowl can be found in abundance in the varied wetland habitats throughout the state including wood ducks in the beaver swamps of northern New Jersey to snow geese in the vast salt marshes along Delaware Bay.

In fact, New Jersey's salt marshes and coastal back bay habitats are of global significance given that over one-third of the black ducks in the eastern United States and over two-thirds of North America's Atlantic brant spend winter in these marshes.

Mallard in flight
Mallard drake
Photo by Gary Lehman - click to enlarge
Due to the migratory nature of waterfowl, the research and management activities of the Division's Waterfowl Ecology and Management Program are generally conducted on a flyway or continental scale requiring the participation of numerous state, provincial, federal (US and Canadian) and non-government partners. New Jersey is a member of the Atlantic Flyway Council which provides the means to participate in promulgating annual hunting regulations and long-term management plans in cooperation with partner states and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The primary objective of the Division's Waterfowl Program is to work in a cooperative manner with the numerous government and non-government agencies responsible for the populations and habitats of migratory game birds.

What Do I Need To Hunt Migratory Birds In New Jersey?

  1. To hunt crows: a New Jersey hunting license.

  2. To hunt woodcock, rail, snipe, coots or moorhens (gallinule): a New Jersey hunting license and Harvest Information Program (HIP) certification.

  3. Required to hunt ducks, geese or brant: a New Jersey hunting license, HIP certification, Federal Migratory Bird Hunting and Conservation Stamp and New Jersey Waterfowl Stamp. Both federal and state stamps are required for waterfowl hunters 16 years of age and older and must be signed in ink across the stamp's face. Federal stamps are available at U.S. post offices and online. State stamps are available from license agents or purchased and printed from the license website.

Waterfowl Hunting Information

NOTE: Migratory Bird Season information is included in the Hunting and Trapping Digest; the 2017-2018 edition will be available in August. The migratory bird regulations booklet will no longer be produced.

arrow 2017-2018 Migratory Bird Seasons Summary (pdf, 20kb)
arrow 2017-2018 Migratory Bird Seasons/Sunrise-Sunset Table Card (pdf, 255kb)
arrow 2017-2018 Migratory Bird Seasons Table (pdf, 82kb)
arrow Migratory Bird Hunting Zones and Closure Areas
arrow Harvest Information Program (HIP) for Migratory Birds
arrow Federal Regulations Pertaining to Migratory Birds (pdf, 34kb)
arrow Nontoxic Shot Regulations for Hunting Waterfowl and Coots (US FWS Site)
 
arrow NJ Waterfowl Stamp Program
arrow Reporting Banded Birds (USGS Site)
 
arrow Successful Hunting Tactics for Greater Snow Geese (pdf, 227kb)
arrow Black Duck Management Strategies for North America (pdf, 3.0mb)
arrow 2012-2013 Waterfowl Hunter Survey (pdf, 310kb)
arrow Patterns of Duck Hunting Activity and Success in New Jersey, 1999-2011 (pdf, 305kb)
arrow Canada Goose Control Information (pdf, 20kb)
arrow Wading River WMA Blinds for Youth Hunters
arrow Canada Goose Banding in the Arctic - August, 2001
arrow Bird Flu Information - Updated October, 2015
arrowGuidance for Hunters (USDA, pdf, 100kb)
arrow Hunter Wallet Card (USDA, pdf, 75kb)

ADDITIONAL LINKS

Caution: Feeding Waterfowl May Be Harmful! (pdf, USFWS Site)
arrow Waterfowl Behavior and Wintering Habitat Requirements In Coastal New Jersey
arrow US FWS Division of Migratory Bird Management
arrow US FWS Migratory Bird Laws, Regulations and Policies
arrow Federal Migratory Bird Hunting and Conservation Stamp
arrow Flyways.us - Produced by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in collaboration with flyway and state waterfowl managers.
arrow Ducks at a Distance - Waterfowl ID Guide (USGS Site)
arrow Wildlife Management Areas
arrow Feature Articles
 
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VS Positioning Market Analysis (SWOT)
Canada Goose Pajar, a well known brand for their winter boots, is also making winter jackets. Being also a Canadian company with a similar logo and similar winter jackets as Canada goose, it is now a direct competitor to the brand. Competitors Context Evolution/History of The Brand Battle of The Brands Canada Goose vs Pajar Canada Goose Pajar In 1957, Polish immigrant Sam Tick founded Metro Sportswear Ltd In 1972, Tick's son-in-law, David Reiss joined the company and eventually became CEO In the early 1990s, Metro began selling its products in Europe, Metro registered its European products under the name Canada Goose David Reiss' son, Dani Reiss became president & CEO in 2001, Dani ignited the company with two key decisions - to produce only under the name Canada Goose and to remain "Made in Canada," In just a decade, Canada Goose has seen its annual revenue grow by 3,000% as the company builds market share in Europe, U.S. and Asia. Context Size and Scope of The Firm Canada Goose Inc. is based in York, Ontario They employ approximately 1,000 people Canada Goose manufactures down parkas for men, women, and youth They market to major retail stores and catalog houses across Canada and the United States and Europe. Context History/Evolution of The Brand Paul Golbert Founder and CEO of Pajar, was born into a family of shoemakers In 1963 Pajar was founded, the name was chosen based on the first
two letters of Paul and Jacques’s names and the first letter
of his wife’s name Rachel: PAJAR In the 1980s Pajar becomes one of the first Canadian companies to export to the US Notably Pajar has won many awards, such as from the Canadian Shoe Association In 2010 they began manufacturing complementary products such as winter coats, scarves, and hats. Context Size and Scope of The Firm The current president is Jacques Golbert who is a 2nd generation entrepreneur following his father Paul Golbert They are a small family business. They employ approximately 35 employees 1. Strength: Brand image, garment quality, brand loyalty, wide distribution, uniqueness
in regard to its approach to traditional timeless design

2. Weakness: high price, low merchandise assortment

3. Opportunities: international image of Canada, develop more product variety, stronger
penetration of the accessory market

4. Threats: international competitors, counterfeiting, emerging brands One of the pillars of their foundation
is their manufacturing in Canada The strategy of sticking around helped the perception
that they are the champions for ‘Made in Canada’ and
people appreciate that Strategy Principal advantage of "Umbrella Branding" Following the industry, but differentiating the
image of the product Viral Marketing Market Analysis (SWOT)
Pajar Strengths: Their products are designed and made locally Weaknesses: Main focus is footwear Opportunities: Open their own retail stores Threats: Lack of world wide visibility, competitive price Market Consumer Analysis "Early Adopters" "Functional Users" "Early Adopters" "Trendy comfort, Performance " Strategy Marketing Mix Product: Luxury Sport Jackets Pricing: Premium Pricing Strategy Promotion: Sponsorships, Direct-to-Consumer Advertising
and Social Networking Place: Selected Network of Retailers Strategy Marketing Mix Product: Competitive Luxury Sport Jackets Pricing: High-End Pricing Strategy Promotion: Community Based, Fashion Shows, and Buzz
Marketing Place: Retailers and Internet Recommendations Pajar Customer Service and Client Care Flexibility and Re-Activity Communication Strategy Recommendations Canada Goose Expanding their sales channels to smaller shops Selling online Implement standard sizes for their jackets Results Canada Goose Amelie Normandeau Mathieu Aubery Michael Krivorot Sandra Carfagnini
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