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Princeton Considers Culling Coyotes

Princeton officials are considering whether to use licensed hunters and trappers to reduce the growing population of coyotes and foxes in the Ivy league town.

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NJ Couple Can Keep Bird Feeder

A judge has dismissed a ticket issued to a New Jersey couple for feeding wildlife in their backyard.

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Two Bald Eagles Locked in a Fierce Air battle
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Two Bald Eagles in Air Battle Remind Us of NJ Politicians

Sometimes you can learn a lot from nature. Take a recent story from Duluth, Minnesota.

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Cat Haven's Lion, named Cous Cous killed a 24-year-old intern (Facebook photo via Cat Haven's page)
Cat Haven's Lion, named Cous Cous killed a 24-year-old intern (Facebook photo via Cat Haven's page)
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Lion Mauls Intern to Death at Calif. Cat Haven

DUNLAP, Calif.  — Authorities are trying to determine what provoked a lion at an exotic animal park in Central California to attack and maul to death a 24-year-old woman, who had been on the job as an intern there for just a few weeks.

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Amazing Footage of Golden Eagle Attempting to Snatch a Kid

Just when you thought it was safe to bring your kids back on the golf course. You'll never believe the footage you are about to see.

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Whales (Flickr Photo: drTH80)
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Deal Struck to Protect Whales from Wind Turbines

Groups developing offshore wind farms from New Jersey to Virginia have agreed to try to protect North Atlantic right whales.

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Henry King, Getty Images
Henry King, Getty Images
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NJ’s Bear Hunting Season Ending

New Jersey's annual six-day bear hunt ends at sunset Saturday.

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Do Great Apes Suffer Mid-Life Crisis? (Flickr photo Chi King)
Do Great Apes Suffer Mid-Life Crisis? (Flickr photo Chi King)
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Great Apes Suffer Mid-Life Crisis, Study Finds

Some of us know all about having a midlife crisis. Now a new report says chimpanzees and orangutans have them, too.

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Adorable baby owls (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images)
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Rescued Baby Owls Being Released Into Wild

Rescued tawny owls are being released back into the wild at the RSPCA West Hatch Wildlife Centre in Taunton, England.

The owls will be released between January and the end of July.

Thirty-three of the baby birds were taken to the RSPCA centre in Somerset for care

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Best NJ Day Trips: NJ Wolf Preserve (Facebook.com)
Best NJ Day Trips: NJ Wolf Preserve (Facebook.com)
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Lakota Wolf Preserve an Incredible Wildlife Experience in NJ – Daily Day Trip

Discover an incredible wildlife experience in New Jersey at the Lakota Wolf Preserve in Columbia for a day trip like no other.

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