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Adirondack Wildlife Refuge Staff
Steve and Wendy Hall

Owners and co-founders of AWR, Wendy and Steve Hall conduct onsite presentations, and facilitate donor outreach and cooperation with AWR’s non-profit partner, Nature Walks Conservation Society. Almost two decades ago Steve and Wendy began creating the current AWR campus to support their passion for wildlife, habitat, and conservation. Wendy  is dying of an inoperable sarcoma, and is curently in home hospice.

Dr. Dan Hall

Dr. Dan Hall is the most recent addition to the Nature Walks Conservation Society team, stepping up to zoom and help manage decision making at NWCS, while Steve and Wendy begin to work toward retirement from AWRR. Dan currently lives with his family in South Carolina where he works as a veterinary cardiologist at South Carolina Veterinary Specialists and Emergency Care. In addition, Dan founded a mobile consulting business, Palmetto Veterinary Cardiology, offering in house veterinary cardiac evaluations to local veterinary practices.

Alex Hall

Along with Wendy and Steve, Alex Hall aided in the creation of AWRR twenty years ago. Alex is currently serving in the Vermont National Guard, but functions as a do-it-all grounds manager when he is at the Refuge. Wearing many hats, Alex works as an animal handler, maintenance specialist, builder, and arborist.

Hanna Cromie

Hanna Cromie is General Manager of Adirondack Wildlife Refuge, coordinating the daily flow at the Refuge, managing staff members, projects, and future development while also working with regulators to ensure top notch animal care and safety.

Joe Whalen manages the front desk

Joe Whalen is the front desk representative, and is often the first person people meet when they enter the Refuge, and his positive attitude makes guests feel welcome and at home. When he’s not greeting guests, Joe helps with animal care, organization, and other administrative tasks.



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