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Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Learn how to aid injured wildlife at Cape May event

Learn how to aid injured wildlife at Cape May event:

"You've found an injured bird? Now what?"That's the title of a talk 
this evening at the Nature Center of Cape May, another in the
 ongoing series of Harborside Chats at the bayside center. The 
speaker is Kathleen Woods, who has state & federal recognition as 
a "master wildlife rehabilitator." Woods is a part-time resident of 
Erma, in Lower Township, and part of her talk will focus on
"how to decide if an animal needs your help.Join us as we discuss 
the 'job' that we do, and learn how you can help when there isn't a 
rehabilitator around." And despite its name, her topic isn't limited 
to birds - it can apply to a wide variety of wildlife.


If You Go: The Harborside Chats start 6 p.m. in the Nature 
Center's Charlotte Van Leer Todd Education Hall, at 1600 
Delaware Ave., Cape May. Free, but donations are welcome.

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