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Posted by A.C. on May 10, 2002 at 14:48:21:
In Reply to: Info found for AC, here are a few documented studies.... posted by Frank Roberts on May 10, 2002 at 00:47:59:
I apprecciate your suggestions and comments. I recently completed a study of turkey vulture and gull (larus spp) flight behavior in NJ for my ornithology class. This summer I am conducting another study on the breeding of pituophis, heterodon, and elaphe.
Nj can be very confusing with its laws. I am very surprised to hear you cannot sell pines instate- I'll have to check up on that.
As far as the anacondas are concerned, if they are now illegal, I'm surprised the NJHS has not fought to lift that ban. I have no problem shelling out some dough, but I will only do so if the society is actually doing something to fight the herp laws (I'm not saying that the NJHS has not done so, just saying I have not heard anything). I think you guys should certainly post what issues you are fighting for or against. This would generate some more postings in this forum. If you all are interested, I will post any scientific studies I am involved in.