When I visited Fair Haven Fields Natural Area, it had recently been coated with a thin layer of snow. The unusually cold New Jersey temperatures for this time of year resulted in a lack of wildlife in the area, specifically birds. Some robins could be seen and heard in the distance, but only several. The plot consisted of various different tree species; yellow birch, oaks, locusts, and even some holly. May trees were being overtaken by a species of vine that I am unfamiliar with.