Manhattan WetLands & WildLife Association
North Cove, Sherman Creek, & "Three Sister Coves"
  Stewardship - Science - Rehabilitation - Restoration - Education  
 
International-Flyway Tidal-Estuary Restoration
Four-Cove Complex on Harlem River, NYC, NY, USA
U.S. EPA Endorses Steward : James A. Cataldi "Birdman of Inwood"

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Inwood's North Cove Fund-Drive
Jump to INCove Donation Store : direct how your donation is spent
inwood's north cove is a weak environment, and so it still requires human support to support wildlife

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Goal : 'boot-strap' (rescue) a virtual, self-sustainable, 
perfectly contiguous & diversified 'NYC Sanctuary Complex' 


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Hurricane Sandy was Kind to Inwood's North Cove

Sandy left a mess.
  
Record tides above street level, tides brought in ocean & river debris, but powerful water & wind force
flushed the cove of toxins. Sandy helped the North Cove Wildlife Sanctuary.  However we had spent a year in preparation.




 


Protected under Stewardship Authority
Inwood's North Cove, Sherman Creek, Three Sister Coves
Internationally Protected Tidal-Estuary Fly-Way Complex requires rescue
  

Your donations are Tax Deductable
Support us at any level you can, even the smallest donation goes a long way !
Respectfully, Thankfully : James 'Birdman' Cataldi

THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR YOUR SUPPORT,
WE CAN NOT ACHIEVE OUR MISSION GOALS WITH OUT COMMUNITY-SUPPORT FROM ALL OF YOU.





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Inwood's North Cove Fund-Drive
Jump to INCove Donation Store : direct how your donation is spent
inwood's north cove is a weak environment, and so it still requires human support to support wildlife


Express PayPal Donation Button

Goal : 'boot-strap' (rescue) a virtual, self-sustainable, 
perfectly contiguous & diversified '
NYC Sanctuary Complex' 



 
Inwood's North Cove
9th Avenue
New York, 10034

To get there, take the 1 train to 207th Street. 
Walk east on 207th Street (toward the Bronx) 
and then turn left onto Ninth Avenue. 
Walk north on Ninth Avenue to the end.



For photo directions, see Map-Page of Blog site
http://nycwetlands.wordpress.com/map/

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Grant Award/Donations may be started @
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Restoration Donations - James A. Cataldi Birdman of Inwood - International-Flyway Tidal-Estuary

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