GREATER THAN A TOURIST- NEW JERSEY USA 50 Travel Tips

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Tips about travel New Jersey from a local

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English

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Middle Aged (35-54)

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North American (General) North American (US Midwest- Chicago, Great Lakes)

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New Jersey, also known as the garden state is unique because there are so many varied types of habitats found here. The Jersey shore might be the most known place in the state. The coastline is roughly 130 miles long. However, if you add all the tidal inlets and marshlands, the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration in OA A reports over 1700 miles of coastline in the state. The western part of the state borders the Delaware River providing yet another unique habitat in the state. The coastline, saltwater marshes, rivers, lakes and freshwater marshes provide homes to so many beautiful birds. In addition to this, the garden state has highly urban areas such as the northeast corner of the state right outside New York City, gorgeous suburbs, farmlands and even some countryside areas. Many gorgeous species share our backyards and live right along the residents of these areas. The southern part of the state is home to the Pinelands National Reserve. Over 1 million acres of forests, wetlands and farms. In 1978 the Pinelands National Reserve was the first ever reserve designated by the United States Congress while not really known for its mountains. New Jersey has quite a few mountainous areas. After all, the Appalachian trail runs for 73 miles through the northwest corner of the state. The mountains and the highlands provide another varied type of habitat for the Avian residents of the state.