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Today is Tuesday, October 15, 2019

US Fish and Wildlife Artifact Cases At Morris Ave. Beach

The US Fish and Wildlife Service and The US Army Core of Engineers have installed two artifact cases at the Morris Ave. Beach at the southern end of Pier Village. One explains the successful quest to save the Seabeach Amaranth plant which has struggled for 100-years to survive. The other is about the Piping Plover which nests along the sandy beaches of NJ.

Notice the continued sand replenishment going on in the background of the picture. Long Branch beaches could very well be finished by Memorial Day weekend.

Stop and check out the cases while enjoying the warmer days we have been getting, (finally,) and do your part to help protect our shore's endangered species.

 


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