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I was impressed with the way these people dedicated their time and energy in helping these injured animals that wouldn't make it in the wild. There are trails to follow that will eventually lead you to the animals which are mostly birds. The surroundings are...More
Just became a member! What a wonderful refuge tucked back in a wonderful corner of the pine barrens. They have a blue and white trail, easy trails to see a good view of the area. Staff and patrons were very nice. Can't wait to return!...More
Jeanne G, Executive Director at Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge, responded to this reviewResponded 10 April 2018
Thanks for visiting and becoming a member. We could not continue our work without the support of our members.
This was our first time here, and we simply fell in love. They rehab about 26% of injured, sick, or in need wildlife for the state of NJ. The rely on donations, as they receive no funding from feds or state. Price is dare I...More
Our visit was to drop off supplies and donations. This is a wonderful place that takes in and cares for injured wild animals. It's a beautiful property and the animals are amazing. Worth your time and worth your donation.
Sunday afternoon my youngest, fiancée and I wanted to go somewhere outdoors. My fiancée, who lived near the area for decades suggested the Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge and we decided to check it out. You approach it through a wooded development and then turn onto...More
Had the pleasure of visiting a few times, once to bring a baby rabbit for care and once to donate and walk the facility. They rehabilitate wildlife and if possible return, but some animals have homes there and love a visit from humans. Donate if...More
Looking to get away for a few hours with the little ones? Want to see wild birds and animals up close? Learn about wildlife? Buy a cut tshirts or toy and have a wonderful afternoon? This is a place to go. It is hidden deep...More
They are not a petting zoo. Call ahead and they may let you hold or feed one of their rescues. They have owls in enclosures to look at, I'm pretty sure. I liked their bald eagle.
Just go, I'm sure you will love it.
Yes. Between Marlton and Medord, there are places to each...from inexpensive cheese steaks at Donkeys II to a nice Italian restaurant named Illiano's in Medford. Lot's of local places. Enjoy. You will see my son's Eagle... More
Yes. Between Marlton and Medord, there are places to each...from inexpensive cheese steaks at Donkeys II to a nice Italian restaurant named Illiano's in Medford. Lot's of local places. Enjoy. You will see my son's Eagle project there, too.