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Nature’s Focus: Double-crested Cormorant

Double-crested Cormorant. All Photo Credits: Thomas W. Gorman By Thomas W. Gorman The Double-crested Cormorant are large water birds with varying shades of black throughout their bodies. They grow to around two feet long and have a wing span of approximately four feet. They have … Continue Reading →

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Don’s Jersey Birding: Scouts Work to Restore Losen Slote Creek Park

Patrick Carney and Thomas Holland are presented with a special award by Mayor Raguseo of Little Ferry Photo Credit: Kevin Dolce By Don Torino, If we ever had any doubts concerning how our future generations would care for our Environment I am happy to report … Continue Reading →


Stockton College Researchers Analyze Locomotion of Modern Day Reptiles, Mammals to Understand How Dinosaurs Moved

Galloway Township, NJ- Caleb Bayewu, a junior Biochemistry major, cradled a bearded dragon in his hands as Cory Barnes, a senior Biology major, attached tiny reflective beads to the bumpy skin on the patient reptile’s forearm. Photo Credit: Flickr/The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey … Continue Reading →

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WNJ: Photo of the Week: Halictid Bee

Photo Credit: Teri Janiero This week’s WNJ Photo of the Week is of a Halictid Bee sent in by Teri Janiero and was taken in her backyard in Hasbrouck Heights NJ. If you have any wildlife photos you’d like to have as WNJ Photo of … Continue Reading →

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Regina’s Picture This: Autumn’s Last Hurrah

Fort Lee Historic Park. All Photo Credits: Regina T.Geoghan By Regina T. Geoghan Like it or not, with the arrival of cold winter temperatures, the leaf confetti blowing in the wind and dotting the ground and the smell of burning fireplace wood in the air, … Continue Reading →

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The Pine Barrens around Helmetta No 37: Fall

The fall colors in a swamp hardwood forest on the Pipeline. Photo Credit: Joseph Sapia By Joseph Sapia I walked outside and felt the October night’s bite. About 40-degrees-worth. Near the zenith of the night sky, the W-shaped constellation Cassiopeia pointed to a shape I … Continue Reading →

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Support a Rescued Animal at the Triple C Ranch and Nature Center in Edison NJ!

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Nature’s Focus: Hiking Forsythe NWR~Brigantine Division

Diamond Back Terrapin and Eastern Box Turtle. All Photo Credits: Thomas W. Gorman By Thomas W. Gorman Over the years I’ve had the pleasure to hike many of the New York Adirondack 46 high peaks, some areas of the Catskills, areas in NE Pennsylvania and … Continue Reading →

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Don’s Jersey Birding: Wildlife Photography Plays an Important Role in Conservation

Wildlife photography plays an important role in conservation. Photo Credit: Kristen Nicholas By Don Torino Some say a photograph is worth a thousand words, but when it comes to wildlife conservation it may be worth a whole lot more. As some endangered species learn to … Continue Reading →

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Nature’s Focus: The American Bittern

All Photo Credits: Thomas W. Gorman By Thomas W. Gorman The American Bittern, a heron-like bird is probably one of the most difficult species to find in the wild. It has such a knack of blending in with its environment that it is quite difficult … Continue Reading →