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Check out the CWF events and other wildlife and environmental events below.

Tuesday, June 15th, 2021

Beyond the Controversy: The Black Bears of NJ by David Wheeler


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In recent years, the black bear has been a symbol of controversy in New Jersey because of strong emotions regarding bear hunting. Yet the fascinating story of the black bear in the Garden State goes far beyond the latest headlines. As the largest land animal in New Jersey, and a global icon both beloved and feared, the bear is both the symbol of our remaining wilderness and a modern-day success story.

Join CWF Executive Director David Wheeler for an exciting talk presented by the Bergen County Audubon Society.

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All Bergen County Audubon programs and events are free and open to the public.


Wednesday, June 16th, 2021

Amphibian Crossing Project Trivia Night @ Jersey Girl Brewing


Time & Place

6:00pm - 8:30pm
Jersey Girl Brewing Company, 426 Sand Shore Rd, Hackettstown, 07840

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Join CWF staff and our friends at Jersey Girl Brewing for a fun night of trivia and craft beer for a good cause. Tickets include admission to the event, food, a custom koozie, and a chance to win some additional swag.

Proceeds benefit CWF's Amphibian Crossing Project -- an initiative that helps frogs, toads, and salamanders safely complete their annual migration between the upland forest and their breeding grounds in vernal pools.

** All COVID-19 guidelines will be followed and brewery will be closed to the public for this special event. **

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Location: Jersey Girl Brewing Company, 426 Sand Shore Rd, Hackettstown, 07840

Learn more about the Amphibian Corssing Project.

Learn more about Jersey Girl Brewing.


Friday, June 18th, 2021

Bedminster Bat Night


Time & Place

River Road Park, 3055 River Road, Bedminster, NJ 07921

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Bats have a reputation as being spooky or even fearsome, but they are actually some of the most beneficial animals to people, and right now, bats need our help!

Join Conserve Wildlife Foundation (CWF) bat biologist Ethan Gilardi in a presentation about these amazing, insect-eating, acrobatic bats in your area, and what you can do to keep them around. Then we’ll use an acoustic detector to help listen for and identify bats as they pass overhead!

This program is brought to you by the Bedminster Township Environmental Commission and open to the public.


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