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Warming waters, looming crisis

Warming waters, looming crisis

LESLIE GARISTO PFAFF / NEW JERSEY MONTHLY - In Malin Pinsky’s lab, they keep the unicorn blood in the fridge. It sits alongside [go to article]

Dam removal will help bring Raritan River back to life

CRAIG TURPIN / NJ.COM - The Department of Environmental Protection Thursday announced a plan to remove the obsolete Weston Mill [go to article]

The story behind this summer’s ‘rabbit explosion’ at the Jersey Shore

BRIAN HICKEY / PHILLY VOICE - Once you notice the first one, they’re everywhere you look. In what one Jersey Shore wildlife-rescue expert [go to article]

Bobwhite quail nests discovered at Pine Barrens study site

NJ AUDUBON - New Jersey Audubon has been steadfastly working, with its project collaborators (Tall Timbers Research Station, the University of Delaware, Pine Island [go to article]

A mystery of seabirds, blown off course and starving

JOE TREZZA / NEW YORK TIMES - Joe Okoniewski has seen this before, just not on this scale. Each year [go to article]

Audubon brings northern bobwhite quail back to New Jersey

NJ AUDUBON - The problem was evident and alarming: Populations of Northern Bobwhite quail had dropped 82 percent, from 1966 [go to article]

Increased whale sightings in New York City waters a sign of cleaner waters

CBS - New video shows a diver off the coast of Tasmania coming face to face with a whale recently [go to article]

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]

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