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As I had my first coffee and opened the news clips, the story read as if I’d written it as an Onion parody – either that, or it was a whole new genre in (Read more...)
Keeping the Backyards of the Landed Gentry Green – With Public Funds Stolen From State Parks and DEP Environmental Programs
A Tale of Blood Money & The Green Mafia As I had my first coffee and opened the news clips, the story read as if I’d written it as an Onion parody – either that, or it was a whole new genre in blue blood New Jersey noir. I really (Read more...)
Help Northern Long-Eared Bats Become Listed as Endangered Species
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has reopened the public comment period on a proposal to list the northern long-eared bat as endangered under the Endangered Species Act (ESA). Comments will be a…
Chris Takacs reports: About 11:45 a.m. Friday, it was reported the Godwit flew across N.J. Turnpike. Here’s a digiscoped shot from morning sighting. Please let us know if you see it again.
Looking for a great way to beat the “Black Friday” day-after-Thanksgiving shopping crush and work off that turkey dinner? Visit the New Jersey Meadowlands Commission’s DeKorte Park in Lyndhurst for a free “Green Friday” guided nature walk beginning at noon inside the Meadowlands Environment Center. The Nov. 28 event, sponsored (Read more...)
Wild turkeys are a feast for the eyes!
The State We’re In: Give thanks for wild turkeys
Thanks to Thanksgiving, turkeys are one of our most famous native birds. Every preschooler who has traced a handprint to make turkey artwork recognizes the iconic shape of a plump gobbler with (Read more...)
Chris Takacs saw the Marbled Godwit this morning in DeKorte Park, way out the Transco Trail toward the Turnpike, on the right by some phrags. Dress for cold and wind if you go. Hope to post a pic later. (Thanks, Chris!) Dennis Cheeseman reports at 11:45 a.m.: “Godwit is out (Read more...)
“The Keystone Pipeline is either a 1,200-mile long, job-creating Slip ‘N Slide made out of rainbows and children’s dreams, or the Mississippi River-sized poison-laden urethra of Satan himself.” — Jon Stewart
NJDEP – News Release 14/P125 – Waterloo Village Staff to Collect Coats for Residents in Need…
NJDEP-News Release 14/P125 21 November 2014 – TRENTON – The staff at historic Waterloo Village in Sussex County will be doing more than celebrating the rich history of Thanksgiving foods during the Feast (Read more...)
You will be happy to hear that the entrance to DeKorte Park has been repaved. Thank you for bearing with us.