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Cliff swallows, like the more familiar tree and barn swallows, are small experts at catching and eating insects on the wing.
Mary Harper’s life the past five years shows how involvement in nature grows slowly and surely, kind of like a natural process.
Something is living under our garden shed. Our dog heard it and now sniffing around there is one of her first stops in the yard.
We get a lot of visitors from Canada in the summer who drive half a day south to the nearest warm ocean water and big beaches.
Winter is the best time to explore the wild, to check out places you haven’t hiked before.
This has been another very mild winter, and so we have birds we don’t ordinarily see in January around southern New Jersey.
Wildlife watching is usually done very casually.
Someone will awaken Tuesday to find the gift of rat under the Christmas tree.
The market for property insurance along the coast is difficult for homeowners, but frustrating and then some for business owners.
The economic signs in New Jersey continue to be mixed, which means that even in this third year of recovery, growth is slow and sputtering.
This will come as an unpleasant surprise to many family owned and operated small businesses: Any family members employed by the business are almost surely not eligible for the Small Business Health Care Tax Credit.
With a link to a guide on birding and wildelife trails in Atlantic County
The big problem with an economic recovery that is too slow, such as the current one, is that conditions that cause growing despair persist for too long.
Before retiring to southern New Jersey, Kimball Baker had an unusual career as a writer and historian for various parts of the U.S. government.
FOLSOM - South Jersey Gas petitioned the state for a 7 percent increase in its base rate Friday to recover costs of $466 million in infrastructure improvements as well as increased health care and pension costs.
BUENA - Comar Inc., a manufacturer of dispensers and bottles based here, will use $7 million in new financing to upgrade equipment and add new products to its line of packaging solutions, President Mike Ruggieri said Tuesday.
Permits to build housing in New Jersey increased 1.4 percent from October to November, fresh evidence that home building is stabilizing and even increasing modestly in the state.
Forecasters participating in the Federal Reserve’s long-running Livingston Survey raised their estimate of U.S. growth in the second half of next year to 3.1 percent.
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