Over 200 species of wildlife call the 276 acres of The Scherman Hoffman Wildlife Sanctuary’s woodland, field and floodplain habitats home. Appreciate nature in a new way by taking part in one of the Sanctuary’s special nature programs, hikes and camps throughout the year.
The Scherman Hoffman Wildlife Sanctuary began in 1965, when Mr. and Mrs. Harry Scherman donated 125 acres to the New Jersey Audubon Society. Later, Mr. G. Frederick Hoffman donated the Hoffman’s estate house and caretaker’s house.
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