May 9th, 7-9pm
Kitchener-Waterloo Humane Society
THINK (Talking Humanely – Information & New Knowledge): “Living with Wildlife” presented by Bernice Copeland of Humane Wildlife Control. Session is free (but donations are always appreciated). Tickets will be available on a first come, first serve basis so get yours early (at the reception desk).
May 17th, 12 noon
Multi-Purpose Room, Student Life Centre, UW
Wildlife rehabilitation and fostering are a key part of the Kitchener
Waterloo Community. Join Us as licensed practitioner working as animal rehabbers in the field speak with us on their experiences and
responsibilities, tips for animal care, what to do if you find an animal
that requires care, and the environmental choices we need make as
conscious citizens living amongst animals. In support of wildlife awareness, feel free to bring and donate peanuts, dried fruits or apples to help feed the animals the care of rehabbers. Free. All are welcome.