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NJAWR Annual Meeting Rescheduled

Dear Members:

Due to the pending storm forecasted to last into Sunday morning, the Annual NJAWR Membership Meeting has been rescheduled for Saturday February 20th at 10am at Mercer County Wildlife Center. Please note that voting for those board nominees on the ballot you recently received may now be returned through February 15th. Votes may also be cast at the meeting by those in attendance. Reminder: be sure your 2016 NJAWR Membership has been renewed in order for your vote to be counted.

Stay safe this weekend and we will see you in February!

Refreshments, snacks, prizes and freebies!!

Please click here to download a ballot if you cannot attend the meeting in person to vote on new and incumbent board members. Please send your ballots to Cil Purnick drpurnick@gmail.com with the subject line: Board of Directors Ballot.

We hope to see everyone there in person!

Dear Members,

NJAWR would like to announce a new easy-reference brochure, “Help! I found a wild animal…What should I do now?” Designed to assist wildlife rehabilitators, ACOs, shelters, and other animal care professionals, the brochure provides basic information for the general public on how to determine if a wild animal needs help, how to safely secure it, and how to find the nearest licensed rehabilitator. Common baby season scenarios are included!

The brochure is now available to download! Click Here!

About Us...

The New Jersey Association of Wildlife Rehabilitators (NJAWR) began with a meeting between licensed New Jersey wildlife rehabilitators and representatives of the New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife (NJDF&W) to discuss issues directly affecting the rehabilitation community. Incorporated as a non-profit organization the following year (1991), NJAWR continues to serve as an excellent resource for information and educational opportunities for wildlife rehabilitators and many other individuals working in related fields.

Our Mission...
  • Encourage professionalism and standardization
    within the field of wildlife rehabilitation.
  • Provide proper and timely dissemination of
    information among all persons handling wildlife.
  • Offer workshops, seminars and newsletters
    providing up-to-date information on wildlife
    care, policy changes, new products, new
    techniques and many other topics pertinent to
    the handling of wildlife.
  • Ensure that all groups handling wildlife are
    doing so with the best information available.
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