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city (1990 pop. 4,484), Cape May co., SE N.J., on an island off Cape May; settled 1882, inc. as a city 1911. It has large commercial fisheries and is a popular summer seaside resort with many vintage motels and other buildings from the 1940s–60s. In 2012 the city suffered significant damage from Hurricane Sandy.
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Wildwood project co-ordinator Heinz Traut said that it was hoped to encourage recolinisation of the area by a range of wildlife species, with captive-bred water voles already freed along the Scaup Burn, pine marten being seen again in Northumberland, and two golden eagles from a Borders reintroduction spotted roosting in the area.
The child did not recognize the girl, who ran north on Wildwood Drive.
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This month it will be the last meeting of the season and the speaker will be Philip Ashmole who will be talking about 'Carrifran Wildwood and Reviving the Wild Heart of Southern Scotland'.
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