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November 2010 Issue

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Piping Plovers Thrive in New Jersey in 2010 Despite the Odds

Piping Plovers Thrive in New Jersey in 2010 Despite the Odds

Even though nesting habitat is reduced and predators are increasing, the piping plover population had a successful nesting season this year.

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CAMP-ing for Frogs and Toads

CAMP-ing for Frogs and Toads

Volunteers listen for frog and toad calls to help assess the health of the amphibian population in New Jersey.

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Breaking Records: Return of the Osprey in New Jersey

Breaking Records: Return of the Osprey in New Jersey

Almost extirpated from the state in the 1960s, ospreys have made a remarkable recovery in New Jersey.

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Forest Management Gets a Makeover

Forest Management Gets a Makeover

In the modern-day Garden State, every last chunk of forest has to provide multiple things: fiber & fuel, water, clean air, carbon storage, recreation, scenery, wildlife habitat.

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Award Honors New Jersey Seal Researcher and Professor

Award Honors New Jersey Seal Researcher and Professor

Dr. Carol Slocum was the leading expert on seal behavior and ecology within New Jersey, having conducted surveys with her students since 1994 at the state's largest seal colony.

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Attention 5th graders and their teachers!

Attention 5th graders and their teachers!

Enter our very popular Species on the Edge Art & Essay Contest which encourages you to think about rare wildlife in New Jersey and do something to help protect it.

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