Featuring acres of mangrove forests and gorgeous beaches, Rookery Bay NERR provides exceptional habitat for wildlife and a great place for research.
Jobos Bay NERR in Puerto Rico is known for its coral reefs, manatees, turtles, falcons and diverse habitats, including lagoons and seagrass beds.
Filled with rare species and beautiful climes, Hawai‘i’s He‘eia NERR is a researcher’s paradise.
Picturesque Padilla Bay NERR participates in SWMP monitoring, specialized research in eelgrass environmental monitoring and research focusing on purple sea stars.
Beautiful Kachemak Bay NERR is full of environmental monitoring opportunities and mountain vistas, a home for many highly-prized species like salmon.
New York’s Hudson River NERR participates in typical SWMP monitoring, but it also does some unique environmental monitoring, such as keeping a close watch on its eels.
Jacques Cousteau NERR, located in New Jersey, follows the same SWMP protocols as the rest of the nation’s 28 NERRS yet also retains its unique character.