“This beautifully told tale of compassion will entertain and inspire both children and adults. And it will also encourage conversations about the importance of caring for wild animals, who deserve to share this planet with us. Broke Leg Bear demonstrates how saving just one animal at a time can truly make a difference.” —Jane Goodall, PhD, DBE http://www.janegoodall.org
The 2010 NJAWR Conference was held on Saturday, March 27, at Princeton University.
The NJAWR annual conference was held on Saturday, March 21, at Princeton University. This year’s theme, Wildlife Rehabilitation Appeals to Humanity, opened with keynote speaker John Satta from AlphaPoint, Inc. John helped us refocus on the one species that collectively benefits the most from our efforts—humans—and how to hone our skills as wildlife advocates toContinue reading “Highlights from the NJAWR 2009 Annual Conference”
Thanks to all who attended the 2008 National Wildlife Rehabilitators Association Symposium on March 4-8 in Cherry Hill, New Jersey. NJAWR’s newest Board member, Michael Ginder, had these observations about the NWRA conference: It was worth the price of admission. We have all heard this phrase used, but when it came to the National WildlifeContinue reading “Highlights from the National Wildlife Rehabilitators Association Symposium 2008”
The NJAWR annual conference was held on Saturday, March 31, at Princeton University. It was co-sponsored by the Princeton University Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and attendees seemed to thoroughly enjoy the rich environment Princeton’s campus had to offer. This year’s theme, Conserving Our Natural Resources, opened with keynote speaker Lawrence Niles from theContinue reading “Highlights from the NJAWR 2007 Annual Conference”