Woodford Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge is a 171-acre non-profit wildlife refuge, wildlife rehabilitation hospital & nature center on the edge of the New Jersey Pinelands.
Cedar Run includes the Woodford Nature Center, a Wildlife Housing Area with more than 60 native residents, and a Wildlife Rehabilitation Hospital that sees nearly 5,000 wild animals each year. The overall mission of Cedar Run is to serve as a community resource on the importance of protecting and enhancing healthy ecosystems for all.
With nearly thirty years of working in conservation, from saving the NJ Highlands to launching the Western Highlands Scenic Byway, he returns to a State with deep roots, a large network of friends and colleagues. Rolling up your sleeves to connect people to nature is one of the most important needs of society today!
There are many levels of support to choose from and many residents that need your help from Tommy the Eastern box turtle, to Mika the raccoon, or Orion the Bald Eagle. NEW for 2019, try Phoebe the striped skunk!
We are seeking a highly motivated, detail-oriented, individual to work in our rehabilitation hospital. Interns will deal directly with the public bringing in animals and will also assist with direct animal care.
Harriet was admitted to the hospital in the summer of 2018 after being hit by a car, and thus sustained some significant damage to her left wing, and costed her one of her toes. The fracture in her wing was originally pinned for healing, but it became apparent that the damage was extensive enough that it limited her mobility.