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In Memoriam: Diane Soucy

Friday, January 31st, 2020

by David Wheeler, Executive Director

The New Jersey conservation community lost a great champion with the passing of Diane Soucy of The Raptor Trust this month. Diane was a tireless advocate for New Jersey’s wildlife, and a co-founder and driving force behind the Trust’s amazing success in caring for over 150,000 songbirds, wading birds, waterfowl, hummingbirds, and – of course – raptors.

Diane Soucy feeding a songbird at The Raptor Trust using a formula she perfected over the years.
Photo courtesy of The Raptor Trust.
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The Record: Unseasonable February weather not great for wildlife & plants

Friday, February 24th, 2017

Reporter James O’Neill covers the impacts on plants and wildlife from the unseasonably warm weather for New Jersey this winter in this story for The Record.

Big Brown Bat by Blaine Rothauser.

Bats, migratory birds, and other wildlife are challenged by earlier than usual spring-like conditions, says Conserve Wildlife Foundation’s David Wheeler.

 


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