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N.J. agency revising plan to save wildlife species

Chris Merkord

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Diamond back terrapins swim in a tank at the Wetlands Institute. New Jersey is revisiting its 10-year wildlife conservation plan, which emphasizes species that are in decline but not yet threatened. The plan is to save local species through management of habitat and resources through local non-profits. (Dale Gerhard/Press of Atlantic Cit)
New Jersey is refining its approach to saving threatened and endangered wildlife, from birds to beetles.

The Division of Fish and Wildlife is revising its 10-year action plan, its blueprint for conserving native animals.


Read more: http://www.pressofatlanticcity.com/communities/lower_capemay/n-j-agency-revising-plan-to-save-wildlife-species/article_8250d264-a50b-11e4-9ebb-fbb41f2d8ea1.html


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