If you have reserved in advance
your name will be on a list at check in. Online reservations
are now closed. Walk ins are welcome. Cash, check, and cards
accepted at the door.
ALL COVID-19 Precautions will be in place. Masks
and social distancing are required.
This event is rain or shine, cancelled only by weather
disaster. Admission donations are non-refundable.
$25 admission donation. Children
12 & under admitted free. Reservations are not required
but will be helpful in planning. Food and beverages included.
before Sept. 9th and take $5 off the admission
RSVP above or call
908-730-8300 ext 8
HERE to download an event
here for directions to Woodlands Wildlife Refuge
On Sunday, September 13th, from 1 pm – 5 pm, Woodlands
will hold its annual Community Day, offering the public
a rare opportunity to visit one of New Jersey’s foremost
wildlife rehabilitation facilities. Due to the nature of
its work, Woodlands is normally closed to the public except
for patient admissions and scheduled education programs.
Community Day is an interactive, fun and educational family
day! The afternoon includes self-guided tours, and the Kid’s
Den, an interactive area with wildlife focused activities
and crafts. Wildlife experts will be on hand to discuss
a variety of topics including your wild neighbors, solutions
to wildlife concerns, black bears and the state’s
threatened and endangered species. Visitors will have the
opportunity to meet Woodlands’ resident Sulcata tortoise,
Canadian lynx, gray squirrel, Eastern box turtle, diamondback
terrapin, and raccoon and discover how these non-releasable
education animals benefit Woodlands.
This year’s event features several exciting scheduled
presentations to foster an appreciation and understanding
Woodlands presentations will include about Woodlands Wildlife
Refuge and the work it does for New Jersey’s wildlife,
their public education, and all about how wildlife rehabilitation
works. SNAKES-N-SCALES AND TURTLE TALES will be presenting
a reptile program which seeks to bring an understanding
of many magnificent species and their rescue stories. Eyes
of The Wild will be on site to present an educational mammal
program. These thrilling shows will allow visitors to see
these animals up close and learn about their natural habits
All activities and refreshments are included in the requested
admission donation. Environmental exhibitors include The
Raptor Trust, Master Gardeners of Hunterdon County, Wildlife
Control Specialists, LLC, New Jersey Nature Conservancy,
Wild Ridge Plants, and more! All proceeds benefit Woodlands
Wildlife Refuge. Woodlands is a 501c3 charity that receives
no state or federal funding and relies completely on donations.
Event sponsorships and reservations may be made above,
by calling 908-730-8300 ext 8 or by check to Woodlands Wildlife
Refuge P.O. Box 5046 Clinton, NJ 08809. Tickets reserved
before September 9th receive a $5.00 discount off the $25
requested admission donation. Children 12 and under are
admitted free. Reservations are not required but will be
helpful in planning. Event will be rain or shine.