Woodlands Wildlife Refuge, a non-profit organization located in Pittstown, New Jersey, is proud to announce its new schedule of summer education programs. These science-based education programs can be held on site at Woodlands Wildlife Refuge or at an offsite location. The programs include a 60 minute presentation on topics for all ages ranging from native New Jersey wildlife to resolving wildlife conflicts. Woodlands Wildlife Refuge cares for more than 1,000 animals annually and has provided hundreds of educational programs to the general public. Full program descriptions and pricing can be found online at www.woodlandswildlife.org.
These education programs have been developed by a committee of experienced educators and experts. Whether your group is young or old or somewhere in between, Woodlands Wildlife Refuge has an education program that meets your needs. Programs are available for scheduled groups upon request. Wild Wonders programs are available throughout the summer for scheduled dates and open to the general public.
Proceeds from these programs will benefit Woodlands Wildlife Refuge. As a non-profit organization, Woodlands receives no state or federal funding and relies completely on the generosity of others. Find out more about Woodlands Wildlife Refuge online at www.woodlandswildlife.org.