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Observer
Please keep your paws off baby wildlifenearest wildlife rehabilitator should be called for assistance. Wildlife rehabi
Please keep your paws off baby wildlife
Observer / Posted yesterday
nearest wildlife rehabilitator should be called for assistance. Wildlife rehabilitators are licensed and inspected by the Division of Fish and Wildlife to handle wildlife emergencies. Note also: Attempting to keep wild animals as pets is illegal... Read more
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Philly.com
New Jersey tries to save the diamondback terrapinwake-up call, making us realize just how vulnerable this species had become," s
New Jersey tries to save the diamondback terrapin
Philly.com / Posted 3 days ago
wake-up call, making us realize just how vulnerable this species had become," said David Chanda, director of the New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife, which participated in the investigation. "We have plenty of observational and anecdotal... Read more
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NJ.com
Golfer accused of beating goose to death, report sayson May 17 with killing waterfowl two days earlier following an investigation by
Golfer accused of beating goose to death, report says
NJ.com / Posted 4 days ago
on May 17 with killing waterfowl two days earlier following an investigation by the Morris County Park Police and the Division of Fish and Wildlife, the newspaper reported. Witnesses told golf course personnel a golfer had struck the goose... Read more
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Philly.com
N.J. decision ignites Shore strife: Oysters vs. red knotsThose that do not gain enough weight will die on the remainder of their journey
N.J. decision ignites Shore strife: Oysters vs. red knots
Philly.com / Posted 7 days ago
Those that do not gain enough weight will die on the remainder of their journey, or arrive too weak to reproduce. The U.S. Division of Fish and Wildlife last year declared them "threatened" and in need of protection. Oyster aquaculturists want to... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Rapid decline of diamondback terrapins in Meadowlands may lead to ban on harvestingmarkets. "That incident was really a wake-up call, making us realize just how
Rapid decline of diamondback terrapins in Meadowlands may lead to ban on harvesting
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 8 days ago
markets. "That incident was really a wake-up call, making us realize just how vulnerable this species had become," said Division of Fish and Wildlife Director David Chanda. "We have plenty of observational and anecdotal evidence that the species... Read more
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The Express-Times
Suspected white supremacist found in N.J. Pinelands with AK-47, lots of ammothe New Jersey State Police, the Ocean County Sheriff's Department, the New Jer
Suspected white supremacist found in N.J. Pinelands with AK-47, lots of ammo
The Express-Times / Posted 8 days ago
the New Jersey State Police, the Ocean County Sheriff's Department, the New Jersey State Park Police, and the New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife – is the detection and deterrence of criminal activity, trespassing, and off-road vehicle... Read more
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Daily Mail
Man, 42, caught in New Jersey forest with guns and a Hitler mustachethe New Jersey State Police, the Ocean County Sheriff’s Department, the New Jer
Man, 42, caught in New Jersey forest with guns and a Hitler mustache
Daily Mail / Posted 9 days ago
the New Jersey State Police, the Ocean County Sheriff’s Department, the New Jersey State Park Police, and the New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife, has been sweeping the woods west of the Garden State Parkway for three weeks, 'due to the... Read more
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NBC Philadelphia
County Battles Mosquitoes With Thousands of Zika-Fighting Fishever making it out of the waters where they breed with he help of a few fish.
County Battles Mosquitoes With Thousands of Zika-Fighting Fish
NBC Philadelphia / Posted 14 days ago
ever making it out of the waters where they breed with he help of a few fish. The county, together with the New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife released on Tuesday the first of 10,000 mosquito-eating fish, called Gambusia Affinis, into 18... Read more
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NBC Philadelphia
New Jersey Using Fish to Fight Mosquitoesever making it out of the waters where they breed with he help of a few fish.
New Jersey Using Fish to Fight Mosquitoes
NBC Philadelphia / Posted 14 days ago
ever making it out of the waters where they breed with he help of a few fish. The county, together with the New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife released on Tuesday the first of 10,000 mosquito-eating fish, called Gambusia Affinis, into 18... Read more
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Dover Post
Crabbing boat crew rescued from Delaware Bayby Leipsic Fire and Kent County emergency medical services. The vessel was towe
Crabbing boat crew rescued from Delaware Bay
Dover Post / Posted 26 days ago
by Leipsic Fire and Kent County emergency medical services. The vessel was towed back to the Port Mahon boat ramp by a Leipsic Fire Rescue Boat. Delaware Division of Fish and Wildlife Enforcement are currently investigating the incident, Bundek s... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Resident says he spotted bear, 3 cubs in Millburn TownshipMoskowitz - found paw prints the bear allegedly left on the edge of their prope
Resident says he spotted bear, 3 cubs in Millburn Township
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 27 days ago
Moskowitz - found paw prints the bear allegedly left on the edge of their property, she said. A spokesman for the state Division of Fish and Wildlife could not confirm the reports of bears in Millburn. But the spokesman, Larry Hajna, told The... Read more
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NJ.com
227-pound bear removed from tree outside N.J. libraryMAPLEWOOD — A male black bear has been safely removed from a tree outside a mun
227-pound bear removed from tree outside N.J. library
NJ.com / Posted 28 days ago
MAPLEWOOD — A male black bear has been safely removed from a tree outside a municipal library, the state Division of Fish and Wildlife confirmed Wednesday. The 227-pound bear was reported to be in a tree on the property of the Hilton Branch of the... Read more

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