CHRISTMAS COMES A WEEK EARLY TO ANTLER RIDGE WILDLIFE SANCTUARY
A Squirrel in a swing in one of the cages learning how to open nuts will be release in the spring. A small opossum one of 8 babies brought to the sanctuary and was release this fall back to the wild, an orphaned baby raccoon brought to the sanctuary by a Good Samaritan was one of the lucky ones treated and released by the Sanctuary this year.
Antler Ridge Wildlife Sanctuary is a wildlife rehabilitation center that provides care to orphaned or injured wild life. They licensed by the state of New Jersey to care for Fawns Raccoon, Skunks Opossums, Squirrels, Rabbits, Woodchucks and other small mammals. The Sanctuary a 120 acre preserved farm is located in Warren County, New Jersey. We are a 501©3 nonprofit organization. We are entirely supported by public donations and volunteers. They receive no local, state or federal funding.
The mission of Antler Ridge Wildlife Sanctuary is to provide care and treatment to sick, injured or orphaned wild animals. Rehabilitate them back to their wild state so they can be returned to the wild. To actively educate the public to care for the ecosystems and support the environment in which they live and the wildlife they share it with. To protect and preserve our native lands for the future wildlife habitat.
If you would like to support the Sanctuary like Diane and others you can call the Sanctuary Directly at 973-800-2420, Antler Ridge Wildlife Sanctuary will be accepting Volunteer applications for this year’s season, you can fill out a application on line or call the sanctuary.
Credit Card donations can be taken at http://www.firstgiving.com/antlerridge Send your tax deductible check made out to Antler Ridge Wildlife Sanctuary, 52 county road 661 Newton NJ 07860
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