Wildlife-Associated Recreation on The New Jersey Delaware Bayshore

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2000
To determine the economic impact of tourists visiting New Jersey's Delaware Bayshore during the horseshoe crab/shorebird spectacle, wildlife watchers were surveyed in an effort to better understand their viewing behaviors and expenditures. Because of the concerns cited by wildlife watchers regarding the potential over-harvesting of horseshoe crabs, survey efforts were concentrated on this specific event (the shorebird migration spectacle) and recreation (birding).
doi:10.7282/t3r78g3h fatcat:bl3lj4n3lbbaredmm4bzptcxle