A program on human/wildlife conflict through the eyes of a wildlife rescuer. Real life rescue stories illustrate some of the common unnatural obstacles and dangers that an increasingly fragmented and urbanized habitat creates for our wild animal neighbors. This program goes through some of the more common problems we create, and ideas to mitigate those issues, and become more aware of our impact on our wild neighbors.
*Program may be canceled if minimum registration is not met
Surviving the Urban Jungle
Speaker: Michele Dodge
Date: Wednesday, May 31
Time: 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Price: Member: $40 / Non-member: $45
Age range: Not recommended for children under 8 years old
About the Instructor: Michele Dodge
Michele is a wildlife photographer and wildlife field rescuer that lives in Fair Oaks. She volunteers with several licensed wildlife rehabilitation organizations including Gold Country Wildlife Rescue and Sierra Wildlife Rescue, and has rescued many different animals from raptors to mammals. She is also an accomplished wildlife photographer, and has won several awards and accolades for her wildlife photos.