Union County, NJ – The popular “Wildlife Wednesdays” program is returning next Wednesday, September 23 with “NJ Natives” a program focusing on wildlife original to the garden state, such as the spotted turtle and garter snake.
Participation is free and open to all county residents. Pre-registration is required and capacity is limited to the first 100 families who sign up. The programs will be held on Zoom so a valid email and Zoom access are necessary to participate.
Wildlife Wednesdays is sponsored by Union County’s Clean Communities Grant Program as educators will raise awareness on how litter can be harmful to wildlife. Rizzo’s Wildlife World educators will bring the classroom to you and present a myriad of wildlife critters. These programs aim to discourage littering to protect the diverse wildlife found in County parks.
The September 30 program will feature Australian Animals such as the bearded dragon and white tree frog. Stayed tuned for info on future programs. Residents wishing to pre-register can do so by visiting www.ucnj.org/ww. Once registered, attendees will receive a confirmation and Zoom login information via email.
For more information on upcoming Wildlife Wednesday, please visit www.ucnj.org/recycling.