killing days - at a glance
Below is the outrageous number of days that hunting and trapping is allowed in New Jersey. The different species that the NJ Division of Fish & Wildlife sets its sights on are pictured around the calendar.
The red boxes indicate hunting is allowed on public and private property - a total of 330 days. There are 20 days of Sunday hunting exclusively on semi-wild or commercial preserves (gold boxes) and there are ONLY 16 days in an entire calendar year where no animal can be hunted or trapped. 16 DAYS. Appalling!
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