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NEW JERSEY PROPOSES CHANGE IN RED KNOT'S STATUS
New Jersey has proposed changing the Red Knot's status from Threatened to Endangered. This measure is being
taken in response to the fact that Red Knot numbers continue to decline, despite restrictions placed on horseshoe crab harvesting.
Click here to view the article.
MIKE APPEARS ON THE DAN RODRICKS RADIO SHOW IN BALTIMORE
On Monday, February 21, 2011, Mike Hudson of Friends of the Red Knot, was a guest on a Baltimore Public Radio
show. Midday, hosted by Dan Rodricks, featured information about bird conservation and youth birding, in celebration of the
Great Backyard Bird Count. Mike was one of the guests, invited to talk about his experiences trying to save the Red Knot,
and his adventures as a youth birder. To listen to the podcast of the show, follow the link below.
WRITE LETTERS TO HELP US SAVE THE RED KNOT!!
If you want to help save the Red Knot from extinction, there is something you can do to help.
You can write letters to people in the Government who are in a position to help the Red Knot. To write to
Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar, Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley, or Delaware Governor Jack Markell, click here.