"He's crazy as a loon!" "You're moving at a turtle's pace!" "Why are you pecking at your food like a bird?" "She is as graceful as a swan!" "He swims like a fish!" "That guy is as sly as a fox!"
You have probably heard these similes or even used them. It's funny that in many ways we connect personally with our wild neighbors, but are so disconnected in others. Many times people trap and relocate animals, breaking up families or leaving young animals helpless. There are so many amazing strategies that can be implemented and tried ranging from simply shining a light or leaving a radio on to have unwanted visitor move to electric fencing to help keep unwanted friends out of the garden.
When it comes to sharing our habitat and co-habitating with our wild neighbors, sometimes things get lost in translation, and the animals are just doing what it takes to survive. Come join the Center for Wildlife at Coppal House Farm, and learn about our native wild neighbors as well as get to meet some of our beautiful Animal Ambassadors up close.
This event is FREE to attend
Sunday, 22 September, 2019
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