A hawk was set free in mid-August after six weeks in the wildlife hospital at Woodford Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge in Medford – the busiest in the state. When he was initially found, he was unable to fly or hunt on his own, and was dehydrated and underweight. The staff at Cedar Run rehabilitated the hawk, including allowing him to practice flying and hunting in the on-site Pre-release Flight Testing Aviary, before releasing him exactly where he was found. Read more about this bird’s tale on NJ.com.
Ever wonder how school districts become sustainable? Well our own Julie Bonette did some digging – and her resulting article appeared in the New Jersey School Boards Association’s School Leader magazine! She worked with several LBC clients to put the story together. Read it here!
Members of the Rancocas Conservancy board of trustees – is that you, Laura Bishop?! - recently spent a day clearing a meadow on one of their newest preserves, Cold Springs in Evesham Township. The meadow will provide a habitat for birds and butterflies. See more photos. Visit the Rancocas Conservancy website.