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The 2023 Coastal Wildlife Calendar

Our 2023 Calendar is a thrilling, whimsical, uplifting look at coastal wildlife featuring 12 stunning images; from tiny Piping Plover chicks to massive Humpback Whales.

It is a free gift from us with any donation while supplies last.

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Live From Barnegat Light

June 21st 2022: The nest of a pair of Piping Plovers named Jimin & Maya is currently hatching. Three babies are out and one egg remains. Watch live from our cellular nest-monitoring camera every hour, on the hour today. Broadcasts will last about 5-10 mins each.

Piping Plover are precocial, which means they have to feed themselves. Even though these chicks are just a few hours old and an inch tall, you will see them stumble away from the nest in search of food.

The family has left the nest. Thanks for watching. Stay tuned for more nests, coming next week.

If you enjoy this special glimpse of hidden lives on the beach, please consider donating to Little Egg! Our cameras are costly to maintain and manage, but provide the safest and most effective way to monitor this delicate species and protect them from predators. We can't do it without your support. Thanks for watching!

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