Not All Animals Need Saving, Green Brook Resident Says
Marie Bradley tells the Township Committee that she was attacked by a wild animal.
The Green Brook Township Committee approved a resolution supporting New Jersey's Wildlife Action Plan at the Sept. 17 meeting—but not everyone agreed with some of the plan's efforts.
The plan aims to protect threatened wildlife species by maintaining resources animals need, such as grasslands or corriors for safe passage.
But resident Marie Bradley, who is regular visitor to Township Committee meetings throughout the year, told the committee that "we need to be careful what animals we protect."
She said she was recently bitten on her leg by a wild animal—one that she couldn't identify, right in front of her house.