APLNJ is pleased to announce that, in 2017, thanks to very generous donors, we currently have funds available to help defray the costs of sterilization for outdoor community cats. Caregivers seeking subsidies need to be a (free) member of our Feral Friends of NJ yahoo group that connects members across the state of NJ for sharing of information and resources – a great networking tool! For more info, click here.
Click here for more details. Many thanks to everyone who worked toward this amazing victory!
To memorialize all the bears who have been victims of the NJ Division of Fish and Wildlife's lethal "management" and to help fund our continuing bear protection work, we are selling these exclusive charms. The charm features Pedals, whose killing sparked the same outrage that was felt after Cecil the lion was killed. To read more and order yours, click here.
Thanks to our wonderful volunteer, Thea, APLNJ has a comprehensive list of the species who are hunted and trapped in New Jersey, the days of the killing, type of weapons allowed and the number of animals killed. For 2015-2016 the number of reported trapped animals is 39,199. The number of reported hunted animals is 731,725. Click here for the calendar.
APLNJ's political arm - League of Humane Voters of New Jersey - has been working to ban the use of wild animals in circuses in New Jersey. There is a state bill addressing a ban on elephants, but APLNJ is looking to protect ALL wild animals. We're pleased to anounce that there are now bans on the use of wild animals in circuses in Bergen, Cumberland, Hudson and Passaic counties. Additionally, Jersey City banned wild animals in circuses not only on public lands but also on private lands. Want your county or town to be next? Contact us.
NJ Senate Bill S2750 (Senator Ray Lesniak) and A4407 (Assemblyman Daniel Benson) would ban the manufacture, sale, possession, importation, transportation, or use of any trap that is a spring-loaded device that restrains an animal by capturing the foot, leg, or other body part, including an enclosed foothold type trap or any other type trap that uses a jaw, arm, bar, cable, or wire to grasp or pin the animal’s foot, leg, or other body part. Please write to your legislators to support this bill. READ MORE
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The above billboard is now live at the following location:
The north side of the Holland Tunnel underpass @ Kennedy Blvd in Jersey City, facing east. It receives hundreds of thousands of views.
This billboard was put together by Animal Protection League of New Jersey, Caring Activists Against Fur and God's Creatures Ministry.
DO NOTHING TO PROTECT PUBLIC SAFETY
DO NOTHING TO PREVENT INCIDENCES AND COMPLAINTS
ARE RECREATIONAL TROPHY HUNTS
Governor Christie, New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife, New Jersey Fish and Game Council, and bear hunters should be held liable for any incidences involving black bears because they have failed to support and implement Bear Smart initiatives.
PUBLIC EDUCATION - PEOPLE NEED TO KNOW HOW TO BEHAVE RESPONSIBLY IN BEAR HABITAT.
For more information, please visit www.BearSmartNJ.org
Banner protest against the Saddle River (Bergen County) Council's decision to support bow hunting for deer.
APLNJ attended numerous meetings, placed ads in local papers and provided the town with accessible nonlethal and humane means of handling deer issues. We are pleased to announce that there will be no deer hunting in Saddle River.
Huh? A NON-hunting license? You bet! It's a great conversation starter. It gives you the opportunity to let others know how wildlife in our state is under the lethal authority of a state agency comprised of hunters/fishers/trappers and that they are backed by the gun and ammunition industries. Support our work fighting for wildlife in New Jersey by ordering your NON-Hunting License TODAY! Learn more about it.
APLNJ KNOWS that with dedication and determination, New Jersey can be a better place for animals JOIN US & HELP make that vision a reality