“Keeping the Wild Ones Well”: Amy Sanders Answers Your Questions

Program for April 25, 2021

Join Amy Sanders for an update of Wild Care 2021, and a view of the owls, and perhaps the turtle. Wild Care provides an essential service in caring for hurt, sick and orphaned animals. As such, it has maintained operations throughout this pandemic year, albeit with some adjustments. Amy will share the latest news and statistics of small animals rescued and rehabbed, but she is most interested in answering your questions. Come prepared for a lively exchange of local news and tips for engaging responsibly with our non-human neighbors.

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After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. The meeting platform will open at 9:30 for informal socializing. The program will begin promptly at 10:00.

Amy Sanders has been volunteering at Wild Care for 4 years, following a first career in elementary special education. She is trained to do Outer Cape field rescues, feeding of young orphaned squirrels and birds, and educational animal handling. Outside of Wild Care, her special love is the natural sciences. An award-winning artist, Amy’s pastel paintings are represented by the Addison Art Gallery in Orleans.