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Since 2009, we have planted more than 3,000 trees and shrubs for wildlife in New Jersey!

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May 2010 Issue

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Connecting With Wildlife

Connecting With Wildlife

If we could give everyone in New Jersey an experience with wildlife, we would create a state where no species are lost and rare species are recovered.

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And The Winners Are!

And The Winners Are!

The 2010 Species on the Edge Conest winners were awarded in late April for their outstanding artwork and essays that depict New Jersey's rare species and their threats in the environment.

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Endangered or Not?

Endangered or Not?

Who decides in New Jersey when a species should be listed as threatened or endangered and how is that decision made?

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Protecting Tiger Salamanders

Protecting Tiger Salamanders

For years, off-road vehicles have degraded a breeding pond for eastern tiger salamanders in Cape May. Read about work that's being done to protect this important breeding site.

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Stimulating Jobs and Enhancing Habitat

Stimulating Jobs and Enhancing Habitat

In April, volunteers helped kick-off an exciting project that enhances habitat for rare wildlife in Burlington County, New Jersey.

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Putting the "Action" in Wildlife Action Plan

Putting the "Action" in Wildlife Action Plan

Conserve Wildlife Foundation hosts the first Wildlife Action Plan implementation meeting in New Jersey to help create partnerships between organizations to improve projects.

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Play a round for Wildlife

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We invite you to Play a Round for Wildlife - enjoy a spectacular day of Golf at Trump National Golf Course in Bedminster; network with colleagues from across New Jersey; meet new friends, enjoy fun competitions all while supporting our efforts to protect rare species.