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Why the Red Knot bird lives and dies by what happens here

Why the Red Knot bird lives and dies by what happens here

BILL BARLOW / WHYY NEWSWORKS - Everything is in place along the Delaware Bay beach on an early late Spring morning. The net [go to article]

Editorial: How many turtles have to die before we stand up to the balloon lobby?

STAR-LEDGER - Let's hope our Legislature has the political chops and good sense to ban balloon releases statewide, so we don't [go to articles]

Feeling the heat: How fish are migrating from warming waters

Feeling the heat: How fish are migrating from warming waters

BEN GOLDFARB / YALE ENVIRONMENT 360 - The Cape Cod Canal is a serpentine artificial waterway that winds eight miles [go to article]

Honeybees dying at greater rate in New Jersey

Honeybees dying at greater rate in New Jersey

SCOTT FALLON / NORTHJERSEY.COM - Nearly half the honeybees in New Jersey die off each year, significantly outpacing the national average [go to article]

This species of fish has returned to an N.J. river after 300-year hiatus

NICK FALSONE / LEHIGHVALLEYLIVE.COM - New Jersey was a British colony the last time the American shad swam in the Musconetcong [go to article]

Editorial: N.J. should support residential wildlife habitat for its many benefits

PRESS OF ATLANTIC CITY - South Jersey has much of the rural and natural land in the state, and many residents [go to article]

They’re baaaack: Clinging jellyfish return to New Jersey coastline

MICHAEL TANENBAUM / PHILLY VOICE - Remember those tiny, clinging jellyfish that invaded the Jersey Shore coastline last summer? The species whose venomous [go to article]

Confirmed bobcat sighting documented along proposed PennEast Pipeline

MERCERME - Several of New Jersey’s prominent environmental organizations today confirmed that a bobcat sighting has been documented [go to article]

Thousands of stranded horseshoe crabs reportedly rescued along N.J. bay

Thousands of stranded horseshoe crabs reportedly rescued along N.J. bay

BILL GALLO JR. / NJ.COM - Volunteers have saved thousands of horseshoe crabs from what would have been a sure death [go to article]

This endangered bird flies nonstop for 6,600 miles, then hits Jersey beaches to bulk up

This endangered bird flies nonstop for 6,600 miles, then hits Jersey beaches to bulk up

JAMES M. O'NEILL / APP.COM - As shorebirds swirled and keened around him, Tim Dillingham stood on a New Jersey beach along [go to article]

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