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February 2010 Issue

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Our View: Landscape Ecology and Endangered Species Protection

Our View: Landscape Ecology and Endangered Species Protection

It is important to protect an animal’s habitat because their natural range – the geographical area in which a species can be found – is what is required for that animal to exist.

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Going Out on a Ledge for Endangered Peregrine Falcons

Going Out on a Ledge for Endangered Peregrine Falcons

As a result of the hard work of biologists along the East Coast since the 1970’s, the peregrine falcon has now returned to New Jersey.

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Bald Eagles - Nesting in a Sea of Change

Bald Eagles - Nesting in a Sea of Change

I remember only too well when the nest was first spotted back in 2003 and watched fervently by local residents. The excitement surrounding this first sighting created a buzz in what’s considered to be a very unlikely habitat for Eagles—Princeton Township.

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A Summer of Bats

A Summer of Bats

An epic wildlife catastrophe was emerging: thousands of bats were dying in their winter dens, and the mysterious culprit came to be called White-nose Syndrome.

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Protecting The Other Rat

Protecting The Other Rat

The Allegheny woodrat is listed as endangered in New Jersey and has been extirpated from New York, Connecticut, and parts of Pennsylvania.

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