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information has been summarised from Woodlands Wildlife Refuge, Inc.'s website.
Woodlands Wildlife Refuge, Inc. is a non-profit, charitable rehabilitation facility dedicated to the care and release of orphaned and injured wild animals. The staff and volunteers at Woodlands are well trained in animal care and are involved in educating New Jersey's human residents about their wild neighbors' habits and habitats. We are located in Alexandria Township, Hunterdon County, and handle 500-600 native wild animals each year. The ultimate goal of our facility is the release of healthy well functioning animals. With the help and generosity of the doctors and staff at Clinton-Perryville Animal Hospital, Woodlands enjoys a high success rate.
Because Woodlands is dedicated to the proper care and release of healthy and well-functioning wild animals, we must minimize human exposure and human interaction as much as possible, therefore Woodlands is not open to the public. Please visit the website often and click on the news link for updates on the animals and latest stories. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.
Woodlands Wildlife Refuge, Inc.
PO Box 5046
To ensure your concerns regarding injured or orphaned wildlife are responded to as quickly as possible, it is best to contact Woodlands Wildlife Refuge via phone:
To contact Woodlands Wildlife Refuge for information regarding the refuge, education programs, volunteer opportunities and college internships: