Peregrine falcons are breeding all over South Jersey and repopulating the species once they are grown. Isn’t New Jersey awesome?
NorthJersey.com interviewed Kathleen Clark, zoologist with the state Department of Environmental Protection, who said that “[p]eregrine falcons have bounced back amazingly in New Jersey since they went extinct east of the Mississippi River in the 1960s.”
Read more from the NorthJersey.com article here: NorthJersey.com: N.J. falcons helps species rebound nationally.
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