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2014/10/29 20:42
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... though he was clearly on to something, the claim Carl Kauffeld made in his 1937 paper fell short," said Rutgers doctoral candidate Jeremy Feinberg. "We had the benefits of genetic testing and...
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2014/10/14 22:18
2014/10/14 22:18
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JACKSON — Visitors to this year’s New Jersey WILD Outdoor Expo spent the weekend enjoying the flora and fauna at the Colliers Mills Wildlife Management Area as well as activities that promoted the...
2014/10/14 05:25
2014/10/14 05:25
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Dunkleberger's Sports Outfitters in Stroudsburg and Brodheadsville is sponsoring the Top Archery Harvest Contest in The Morning Call. The archery-only harvest photography contest began last Friday...
2014/10/13 22:15
2014/10/13 22:15
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NEWTON, N.J. (AP) � Hunters who bring in a bear to be weighed in New Jersey once the season starts will receive a cookbook that includes such recipes as "bear on a satay stick" and "grilled bear loin...
2014/10/13 21:09
2014/10/13 21:09
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Hunters who bring in a bear to be weighed in New Jersey will receive a cookbook once the season starts. The state reintroduced bear hunting in 2010. But the number of bears killed and brought in to...
2014/10/13 20:09
2014/10/13 20:09
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A new form of an incurable wildlife disease has been found in New Jersey, officials say. Two cases of bluetongue virus in deer are the first instances of the illness in either New Jersey or...
2014/10/12 10:52
2014/10/12 10:52
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But Haines and certified forester Bob Williams hope to change that. They've created a haven for them - using prescribed burns and tree-thinning to produce the quail's optimum surroundings on about...
2014/10/12 04:08
2014/10/12 04:08
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HERALD STAFF REPORT TRENTON — Along with the fall rituals of colorful foliage and picking pumpkins comes the added danger on local roads as deer go in search of a mate. Sussex County averages about...
2014/10/10 17:59
2014/10/10 17:59
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TRENTON, N.J. (AP) - The first cases of bluetongue virus have been found in two New Jersey deer. The state Department of Environmental Protection's Division of Fish and Wildlife said Friday that the...
2014/10/09 21:17
2014/10/09 21:17
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DOVER, Del. – DNREC is reminding citizens to review state and federal regulations before posting fish or wildlife parts for sale, following two separate cases involving illegal possession and...
2014/10/09 05:21
2014/10/09 05:21
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Kevin R. Wexler/staff photographer MIDLAND PARK — Helicopters hovered overhead, students were kept indoors and spectators and media representatives crammed the streets as local and state officials...
2014/10/08 10:49
2014/10/08 10:49
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A necropsy conducted on a 300-pound black bear found circling the body of a Rutgers student who went hiking in a New Jersey nature preserve last month found that the animal did not have rabies,...
2014/10/07 21:59
2014/10/07 21:59
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Fall trout stocking set to begin in New JerseyPosted: Tuesday, October 7, 2014 5:41 PM EDTUpdated: Tuesday, October 7, 2014 5:41 PM EDT Thousands of fish will soon be stocked in waterways across New...
2014/10/07 16:56
2014/10/07 16:56
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JACKSON — Visitors to this year’s New Jersey WILD Outdoor Expo spent the weekend enjoying the flora and fauna at the Colliers Mills Wildlife Management Area as well as activities that promoted the...
2014/10/03 04:08
2014/10/03 04:08
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HERALD STAFF REPORT Nearly 1,000 landlocked salmon are being stocked in three northwestern New Jersey lakes this fall, averaging from about 11 to 15 inches long, according to the state Division of...
2014/09/30 19:21
2014/09/30 19:21
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Wildlife officials have finally captured an elusive bear that romped around the village for nearly six hours. The bear was tranquilized around 3 p.m. Tuesday as it rested in a tree on Lake Avenue....
2014/09/30 17:21
2014/09/30 17:21
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The male bear that was in a tree in Ridgewood escaped but he went back up when police and wildlife experts pursued him. Police originally got the bear to go up a tree across from the Ridge Elementary...
2014/09/30 03:59
2014/09/30 03:59
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SOMERS POINT - When it comes to fishing in South Jersey, size does matter, especially since by law, you can not keep any flounder smaller than 18 inches. "We are morphing into a coastline of towns...
2014/09/26 14:41
2014/09/26 14:41
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Two FBI employees are dead after a pleasure boat hit a barge late Thursday night on the Ohio River. The accident occurred at approximately 11:55 p.m., according to Emergency Dispatch. Officials...
2014/09/25 15:21
2014/09/25 15:21
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ENGLEWOOD - A biologist from the U.S. Division of Fish and Wildlife said the city should consider "immediate action" to manage deer overpopulation at Flat Rock Brook Nature Center, but some officials...
2014/10/29 20:42
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