New Jersey Pinelands National Reserve: Woodford Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge

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IMG_7686 Hoo-dini the Great Horned Owl

The Woodford Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge is in Medford on the edge of the NJ Pinelands National Reserve. The refuge rehabilitates and releases thousands of native animals each year.

IMG_7665 Aldora, the red-tail hawk is blind in his other eye after being hit by a car.

The refuge was founded by Jim and Betty Woodford in 1957  on 171 acres and continues its work today with their daughter at the helm. The refuge received a preservation grant from the NJ Green Acres fund in the nineties and operates as a non-profit organization.


Their mission includes education, wildlife rehabilitation and habitat conservation. They have a wildlife rehabilitation hospital on…

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