Press & News

NBC 10 Philadelphia | February 7, 2024: Critter Corner – Upcoming Wildlife Baby Shower 

The Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge is celebrating wildlife at the Medford, New Jersey, nonprofit with a wildlife baby shower this weekend. NBC10’s Keith Jones gets all the fun details.

KYW News Radio | February 6, 2024: Holding Wildlife Baby Shower to help offset costs of caring for injured, orphaned animals

Last year, Woodford Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge treated 6,000 wild animals. Learn more about the upcoming donation collection event on February 10.

New Jersey Family Blog | October 4, 2023: Celebrate Halloween with These Sppoky (and Not-So-Spooky) Activities

It’s spooky season season in New Jersey and we’re here for it. Get your Halloween on at these events in and around the Garden State, including 2 upcoming Halloween events at Woodford Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge.

Positive Energy TV | September 27, 2023: Wonderful World of Insects

Insects are vital to our ecosystem and they are a fascinating part of the natural world around us. Michele Granberg is joined by Tracy Bloodworth and Rachel Ndeto from Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge to explore the wonderful world of insects, including lightning bugs, Spotted Lantern flies and more.

Positive Energy TV | September 27, 2023: Protecting NJ Wildlife

Michele Granberg is joined by staff and animal friends from Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge, a nonprofit dedicated to the preservation of NJ wildlife & habitats through education, conservation & rehabilitation. Learn how to protect, defend, rescue and be an ally for all precious native wildlife species.

Native Plants, Healthy Planet Podcast by Pinelands Nursery | September 1, 2023: Meet Woodford Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge

Hosts Fran Chismar and Tom Knezick connect with Mike O’Malley (Executive Director), Lori Swanson (Director of Wildlife Rehabilitation), and Erin Kiefer-Rounds (Director of Education) from Woodford Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge. Topics include the history of the refuge, The plethora of programs the refuge offers, passionate volunteers, the importance of education, the challenges of wildlife rehabilitation, and how you can help.