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Fewer seals stranded along New Jersey’s coast this year

JACK TOMCZUK / PRESS OF ATLANTIC CITY - Rest and a diet of eight pounds of fish a day should be enough to nurse [go to article]

Growing osprey population presents new challenges

Growing osprey population presents new challenges

MICHELLE BRUNETTI POST / PRESS OF ATLANTIC CITY - Thanks in part to manmade nest platforms that dot the state’s wetlands, New Jersey’s osprey [go to article]

Building a giant bird-killer in the Meadowlands?

SCOTT FALLON / NORTHJERSEY.COM - When the owners of American Dream unveiled their latest renderings of the Meadowlands mall and entertainment complex [go to article]

Environmentalists warn of bumblebee’s extinction after Trump halts regulations

Environmentalists warn of bumblebee’s extinction after Trump halts regulations

OLIVER MILMAN / THE GUARDIAN - Donald Trump has been accused of targeting Muslims, media outlets and even department stores [go to article]

Ospreys surpass 500 nests in N.J., survey finds

Ospreys surpass 500 nests in N.J., survey finds

JUSTIN AUCIELLO / WHYY NEWSWORKS - The New Jersey osprey comeback story added another happy chapter in 2016, a study released [go to article]

Tiny bird gets a hand from NJ in global fight to survive

JAMES M. O'NEILL / NORTHJERSEY.COM - They show up by the thousands in the Meadowlands each May – tiny but tough shorebirds plucking worms [go to article]

New program will protect rare birds and plants at N.J. beaches

JON HURDLE / NJ SPOTLIGHT / WHYY NEWSWORKS - A new program to cordon off sections of New Jersey beaches is making it easier [go to article]

N.J. bald eagle population continues to rise, survey finds

JUSTIN AUCIELLO / WHYY NEWSWORKS - It was another good year for New Jersey's bald eagles, a study released by the Conserve Wildlife [go to article]

Opinion: You like Jersey’s berries? Here’s the buzz on a bill to protect bees

MEGAN TINSLEY / NJ.COM - Honey and native bee populations have declined at alarming rates across the nation and New Jersey [go to article]

Audubon tracks Semipalmated Sandpiper from South America to Delaware Bay

NJ AUDUBON - For David Mizrahi, Vice President of Research and Monitoring for New Jersey Audubon, the job comes with tropical heat, huge [go to article]

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