Woodlands Wildlife Refuge offers Wildlife Responders Workshop

HUNTERDON COUNTY, NJ — Woodlands Wildlife Refuge is proud to offer a
Wildlife Responders Workshop on February 21st at Woodlands Wildlife
Refuge in Pittstown, NJ. This exciting workshop has been created for
those who either work directly with wildlife or find themselves dealing
with wildlife in some capacity. This course is open to Law Enforcement,
Veterinarians, Veterinarian, Technicians, Animal Control officers, and
in all related fields who may receive wildlife calls. This unique
educational opportunity is the perfect way to discuss many wildlife
situations and concerns that seem to go unsolved.

These situations may include threatened or endangered species, wildlife
regulations, state or federal law, medical emergencies or other
unexpected wildlife encounters. This workshop will shed light on some
common and not so common circumstances that arise, what the choices are
and who is available to help.

Proceeds benefit Woodlands Wildlife Refuge, a charitable organization
dedicated to the rehabilitation and release of New Jersey’s orphaned and
injured wildlife and educating the public about wild animal habits and
habitats since 1986.

The cost of the course is $25 by February 7th or $30 thereafter.
Reservations are required and can be made by check to Woodlands Wildlife
Refuge P.O. Box 5046 Clinton, NJ 08809, via phone at
908-730-8300 ext 5, or online at http://woodlandswildlife.org/wrw. Space
is limited and advanced reservations are required. See
www.woodlandswildlife.org/wrw for complete course and registration