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2015/03/31 02:17
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DOVER, Del. (WBOC) - A potential poultry problem - a contagious and deadly disease for birds poses a threat to Delmarva. This month cases of avian flu have popped up in turkey flocks in the Midwest...
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2015/03/27 22:08
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By BRUCE A. SCRUTON Despite snow and ice along the banks of some deep woods trout streams and ice covering lakes in the region, the state Division of Fish and Wildlife is currently stocking nearly...
2015/03/27 04:08
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By BRUCE A. SCRUTON UPPER FREEHOLD — Saying Gov. Chris Christie and he both “fully support the plan,” state Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner Bob Martin praised the expansion of the...
2015/03/25 03:17
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HARRINGTON, Del. - It's possibly the one universally hated thing about Spring and Summer: The return of mosquitoes. And now the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control is...
2015/03/17 04:50
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The Indiana Department of Natural Resources is preparing to restock state streams for the upcoming stream trout season beginning April 25. In total, the Indiana DNR will stock more than 55,000 trout,...
2015/03/15 13:09
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After another long winter, anglers throughout the region are undoubtedly looking forward to getting out on their favorite waters to wet a line. One of the first big opportunities to do so this spring...
2015/03/13 20:56
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CHICAGO: A virulent strain of avian flu that has killed turkeys in the heart of the nation's poultry region has been found through molecular testing to be nearly identical to viruses isolated in...
2015/03/12 20:49
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Two roaming coyotes have taken up residence in an old doghouse in a New Jersey backyard, keeping up the family living there with their incessant nighttime howling, the family says. Liora Sofer of...
2015/03/12 03:08
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Editor: Your March 4 “Opinion: Public can weigh in on expansion of bear hunt” clearly describes the doubling of cruelty to New Jersey's bears and cubs voted March 3 by the 13-member — seven directly...
2015/03/06 01:18
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When it comes to stocking fish in Indiana waters, 2014 was quite a banner year. The DNR and organizations with a DNR permit stocked 31.9 million fish in 70 counties, including Putnam, in 2014. In a...
2015/03/06 00:08
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Knee Deep Club ends ice fishing season The Knee Deep Club held its final ice fishing contest on Lake Hopatcong March 1 with 79 entrants. First place winners received $211, second place earned $126...
2015/03/06 00:08
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By ANDREW TREDINNICK atredinnick@njherald.com OXFORD — It was a gut-wrenching discovery for the staff at the Pequest State Trout Hatchery and anglers alike. During the fall of 2013, a number of...
2015/03/04 03:08
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By BRUCE A. SCRUTON ROBBINSVILLE — A black bear management plan for New Jersey that calls for doubling the open season, expanding where the hunt can take place and including additional weapons was...
2015/03/03 17:16
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Lake Topanemus commissioners Ed Daley, Chris Kean and Jim Lau prepare old Christmas trees that will be placed at the bottom of the lake and become breeding grounds for fish. PHOTOS BY FRANK GALIPO...
2015/03/03 15:41
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Another New Jersey Oyster Harvester Sentenced for Illegally Trafficking The evidence showed that for more than four years, oysters from the Delaware Bay were overharvested Washington DC - infoZine -...
2015/03/02 09:49
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State environmental officials are seeking volunteers for an osprey monitoring project in Delaware. The Division of Fish and Wildlife is holding orientation sessions next week for people interested in...
2015/03/01 04:21
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A lone coyote. Wolf-like, with a long snout and bushy, black-tipped tail. The staff at Upper School in Englewood Cliffs first spotted it several weeks ago walking through the school parking lot. It...
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