"Wildlife 101: Learning to help spring wildlife" with Center for Wildlife
Spring is the time of year when wildlife are emerging from hibernation, migrating north and starting to breed. Since our wildlife’s activity is increasing, we are more likely to have interaction with wildlife. Learn from CFW educators and disabled wildlife ambassadors how to safe interactions with wildlife this spring and what to do if you find a wild animal in distress. This event has a suggested donation of $5 per person. Our education facilities are outdoor only and we do not have public restrooms. Reservations are required, so please email our Education and Outreach Coordinator, Emily, at email@example.com. We hope to see you there! *Please note, we cannot accommodate groups of 10 or more at our public programs, but please feel free to contact Emily about booking a private one!
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