NJARA and PETA Terrorize Local Governments to Stop Deer Hunting

New Jersey Animal Rights Alliance and PETA Terrorize Local Governments to Stop Deer Hunting
PETA and the New Jersey Animal Rights Alliance, organizations identified in a DHS report as supporting those who commit acts of eco-terrorism…

NJARA & PETA Would Rather Deer Starve to Death
NJARA & PETA Would Rather Deer Starve to Death
New Jersey Outdoor Alliance
New Jersey Outdoor Alliance

Woodland Park, NJ – -(AmmoLand.com)- The New Jersey Outdoor Alliance has been at the forefront of detailing how the animal extremists support those that use eco-terrorism, threats and intimidation to coerce state and local governments to eliminate fishing and hunting as a means of good public policy for environmental stewardship and as a means to feed oneself and their family.

Now, PETA and the New Jersey Animal Rights Alliance, organizations identified in a Department of Homeland Security report as supporting those who commit acts of eco-terrorism, are attempting to intimidate the people who are doing the right thing by protecting the health of our forests by means of culling deer.

Whether you are a bow hunter or a “muzzy” hunter, whether you are an angler or simply support acts of conservation – we all have a vested interest in the outcome of a successful culling at Garret Mountain.

The following people voted in favor of conservation and the deer culling. They understand the principles of conservation and have made a sound decision to save the environment. As a result the animal extremists are harassing them and bullying them to make sure that they are punished, and to send a message to all counties throughout New Jersey not to allow deer culling.

There will be more information coming out about what we can do to make a difference and support those who support good game management practices.

In the mean time, please email (or call) the following people. They need our support for making the decision to allow hunting for the deer cull at Garret Mountain, especially Mayor Pat Lepore. Let’s stop the madness. (A sample letter follows)

  1. Mayor Pat Lepore – 973-881-4536 [email protected]
  2. Freeholder Terry Duffy – 973-881-4537 [email protected]
  3. Freeholder Bruce James – 973-881-7896 [email protected]
  4. Freeholder Greyson Hannigan 973-225-5427 [email protected]
  5. Woodland Park Council Members: [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected]


Dear ,

I appreciate that you have knowledge of the need to keep our forests healthy for all of the animals that depend on it for food and cover. The deer culling at Garrett Mountain is good public policy and an act of environmental stewardship. It is also a means for people to feed their families a wholesome and unadulterated source of protein, something not readily available in the meat departments of local food markets.

Please understand that it is only a vocal minority that disagrees with your decision. There are 650,000 anglers and hunters in New Jersey, and many, many more that understand the science of conservation, each of us support your decision to implement a deer culling.



Anthony P. Mauro, Sr
New Jersey Outdoor Alliance
New Jersey Outdoor Alliance Conservation Foundation
New Jersey Outdoor Alliance Environmental Projects

NJOA – The mission of New Jersey Outdoor Alliance is to serve as a grassroots coalition of outdoorsmen and outdoorswomen dedicated to environmental stewardship. We will champion the intrinsic value of natural resource conservation – including fishing, hunting and trapping, among opinion leaders and policy makers. We will support legislation, and those sponsoring legislation, that provides lasting ecological and social enrichment through sustainable use of the earth’s resources. Visit: www.njoutdooralliance.org

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Laura Azarowicz

People you do not know the facts of deer culling. When a deer herd is decreased in size due to kills then the deer will have multiple births to increase the herd again. As for the deer starving, deer have been on this earth a long time and have dealt with food shortages. For instance if a doe is pregnant and has a food shortage her body will actually absorb the fetus to give her food. If you want to blame the disappearance of plants and trees, look no further then your local government who allows parcels/acres of land to… Read more »


The reason hunters have to come into parks is to reduce the deer herd because the carring capacity in the parks has been reduced to such an extend that the deer are starving. It appears the animal lovers and PeTA haven't figured out a way to make money off of their plan of no intervention. PeTA's plan is to make headlines and money by letting the animals in a park suffer a slow death via starvation. OOPs NO wait no PeTA's plan is to make millions off of the hype that hunters have to come in at no cost to… Read more »


I live about 200 feet away from Rifle Camp Park and I think it is disgusting that you people want to kill these deer that, I, one of many, visited the park to see. I have made my calls, as hundreds of others in this area, and I'm sure thousands more throughout the state in favor of stopping the slaughter of these animals. There is no sport in hunting a deer that stands two feet away and isn't afraid. The suburbs are not a place to hunt for food. If you can't afford it, get food stamps or live out… Read more »