Once-endangered peregrine falcon re-released into wild in Highlands

A rehabilitated peregrine falcon got to spread its

A rehabilitated peregrine falcon got to spread its wings again Tuesday when it was released back in the wild at Twin Lights in Highlands. (January 28, 2014 7:53 PM)

A rehabilitated peregrine falcon got to spread its wings again Tuesday when it was released back in the wild at Twin Lights in Highlands.

Birds of prey, or raptors as they are also called, have made a resurgence in New Jersey during the last few decades, according to the DEP.    

"The peregrine falcon is doing really well in New Jersey," DEP biologist Kathy Clark told...

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