Seeing how our actions impact the natural world around us is an important lesson for everyone. Through this program, the youth are exposed to wild animals that have been injured and rescued. The children and youth not only learn about these animals and understand how they came to be injured, but they can touch them, too – an experience they may not have otherwise. Owls, snakes and opossums are a few of the animals that show up.
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