The Celery Farm

The Celery Farm is a 107-acre freshwater wetland in Allendale, New Jersey, and is open to the public during daylight hours every day of the year. Dogs are not permitted, and other prohibited activities include fishing, boating, feeding wildlife, littering and picking plants and flowers.

Over 240 species of birds have been recorded here, and more than 50 are known to breed here. The wetlands and deciduous woods provide habitat for many mammals, fish, reptiles and insects.

Fyke volunteers often using Fyke contributed materials have created and maintain many of the Celery Farm's facilities. These include the footpaths around the preserve, three observation platforms and the bird nesting boxes