Hundreds of species of birds, including waterfowl and sandhill cranes, rely on Staten Island’s rich farmland, much of which is flooded for winter habitat after crops are harvested. Staten Island is managed by Conservation Farms and Ranches, an affiliate

March 5, 2014

(ALL RIGHTS) October 2010. Hundreds of species of birds, including waterfowl and sandhill cranes, rely on Staten Island’s rich farmland, much of which is flooded for winter habitat after crops are harvested. Staten Island is managed by Conservation Farms and Ranches, an affiliate organization created by the Conservancy in December 2002. Photo credit: Erika Nortemann/© 2010 The Nature Conservancy

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