We need to stand together and stop the brutal murdering of New Jersey Wildlife!!  

Govenor Murphy:

We just went through the torture of watching helplessly all the magnificent black bears die when we were promised no more bear hunts, so many helpless cubs left without their Mamas crying out for them, now we have to watch again helplessly watching this same thing happen to the beautiful Deer here in New Jersey, the only scope that these beautiful animals belong behind is a cameras. There are other ways to deal with the over population other then just killing these beutiful deer....

The New Jersey Fish & Wildlife who, benefit from the sale of the almighty hunting license advertise on their web site advertise the hunting of our wildlife like it's a vacation! Yeah come to New Jersey to murder our wildlife, bring the kids!  They actually have youth hunting!  It's right on the fore mentioned web site!  This is how they advertise the hunting in my State…

"New Jersey offers sportsmen and women more than 500,000 acres of state-owned public open space providing a diversity of habitats from hardwood ridges and rolling hills to pine forests and salt marsh. This total includes more than 358,000 acres in 122 Wildlife Management Areas, specifically managed to enhance wildlife populations and provide for wildlife-oriented recreation.

Hunters can enjoy more than a hundred days of deer hunting, including seasons for bow, shotgun and muzzleloading rifle. Multiple bag limits are the rule in most zones. The 2019-20 deer harvest was 45,650. In addition, some of the best waterfowl hunting on the East coast is found in the Garden State. Snow geese, brant, black duck, mallard, bufflehead and a variety of other waterfowl species provide extensive hunting opportunities, especially on the coastal marshes. The wild turkey, reestablished in the late 1970s, continues to thrive throughout the state with the population now estimated at 20,000 - 23,000 with an annual harvest of approximately 3,000 birds."

They are going to start a deer hunt in Plainfield NJ Please read this from the Save New Jersey Deer :

Plainfield NJ Deer Alert- Action Needed!
It is commonly assumed that hunting or organized deer culling will decrease the deer population; however, there are issues with this approach: Increased reproduction, Immigration of new deer to area, Deer moving to sanctuary areas once hunting or professional culling commences, Increased removal effort, and a Recurring challenge. It doesn't work.
Please contact the Plainfield Mayor and Council with your opposition to their deer cull. Ask them to support and implement nonlethal solutions to conflicts with deer. Save NJ Deer/APLNJ is more than willing to work with them and help fellow residents. The money spent on deer kills could have been put into a effective nonlethal plan.
Mayor Adrian O. Mapp
Council Members
Ashley Davis
Councilwoman, First Ward
Cell: 908-297-8766
Sean McKenna
Councilman, Second Ward
Cell: 908-346-3126
Barry N. Goode
Councilman-At-Large First and Fourth Wards
Cell: 908-295-2486
Steve G. Hockaday
President & Councilman, Fourth Ward
Cell: 908-872-0553
Joylette Mills-Ransome
Councilwoman –At-Large, Second and Third Wards
Cell: 908-524-9540
Charles McRae
Councilman, Third Ward
Cell: 908-208-0217
Elton Armady
Vice President & Councilman At-Large
Cell: 908-346-1554
Together, we can learn how to peacefully #coexist with deer and support their natural habitats.
As more natural habitats like forests turn into buildings and roadways, deer are forced into smaller and more crowded spaces—including our own backyards. While we may see the presence of these animals as a nuisance, they are simply trying to survive.
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