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10/11/17 - Wildlife Management Area System Reaches 350,000-acre Mark


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#1 OFFLINE   NJDFW

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Posted 10/11/17 - 11:13 AM

10/11/17 - Wildlife Management Area System Reaches 350,000-acre Mark

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#2 Male OFFLINE   Nadornati

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Posted 10/11/17 - 11:34 AM

Awesome news. Let's not stop at 350k!
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#3 Male OFFLINE   tuny

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Posted 10/11/17 - 05:31 PM

Why are they picking up more property when they can't manage what they already have?


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#4 Male OFFLINE   Livesintrees

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Posted 10/11/17 - 05:37 PM

Hey FGW. Hire more Wardens. Does no hood to acquire land and not properly oversee it

#5 OFFLINE   Bonefreak

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Posted 10/11/17 - 06:17 PM

Great job!! Acquire all you can!! But please also try and manage some of it like planting apple trees or wildlife friendly trees and dont let farmers take advantage and harvest all of their crops!!

#6 Male OFFLINE   Mixbaghunter

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Posted 10/11/17 - 08:12 PM

Looks like a down south first they send the bird down there and know buying all the land

#7 Male OFFLINE   Silver Belly62

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Posted 10/12/17 - 06:57 AM

Why are they picking up more property when they can't manage what they already have?

Exactly !  It's good they are picking up ground but how about they change some things and actually manage it for wildlife !  Not sure how the ground is up north but some of the ground down here they have is a disgrace


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#8 Male OFFLINE   tuny

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Posted 10/12/17 - 07:48 AM

Kick some of those "biologists" out of the office and send them out to do work doing field work!



#9 OFFLINE   _X7

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Posted 10/12/17 - 11:13 AM

A good thing  to see. Unfortunately, the fallow fields really do need to be worked



#10 Male OFFLINE   mfried

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Posted 10/12/17 - 11:28 AM

Also, how is NJ one of the states where FGW doesnt support the online federal duck stamp?  half of the states in the country allow online sales but NJ makes you drive to a post office so the person getting a public pension can tell you that not only do they not have them but there is no such thing as a "duck stamp".  ok im done.






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