Project Wildlife Lecture: Helping Injured Wildlife
Have you ever come across wildlife and wonder, does this animal need my help?
Not all animals that we intake at Project Wildlife truly need to come in. This lecture, taught by Wildlife Animal Care Supervisor, Vanessa Potter, is intended to give you the tools you need to judge whether or not to intervene when finding wildlife. It will cover subjects ranging from baby birds and bunnies, to adult opossums and bats. Knowing that it is sometimes necessary to intervene, this presentation will also cover some basic techniques to keep you and the animal safe.
Cost is $10 per person.
Classes are for people only - please leave your great pets at home.