Fri, Jun 16|
Wildlife Rehabilitation Talk, Free & Open to the Public
Visitors will learn about local wildlife and their common habitats. We will discuss what to do if you encounter them, and the steps to take if you find injured or orphaned animals. We will have farm products for sale - stay for a picnic dinner!
Time & Location
Jun 16, 6:00 PM – Jun 17, 7:00 PM
Wingdale, 147 Old Forge Rd, Wingdale, NY 12594, USA
About the event
This is the time of year the wildlife rehabilitators often refer to as “baby season”; all of the wild critters have either had or are having their young and occasionally need a little help. Visitors will learn about local wildlife and their common habitats. We will discuss what to do if you encounter them, and the steps to take if you find injured or orphaned animals. We will discuss how to locate a wildlife rehabilitator and the steps to become one yourself. We will have farm products available for sale onsite and for pre-order here: Online Farmstand. Order some snacks and stay afterwards for a picnic on the farm!
Lynn Martin has been a NY licensed rehabilitator for over 15 years and a licensed falconer since 2009. Free & all ages.
We will be accepting donations to Neighbors Helping Neighbors. Neighbors Helping Neighbors (NHN) first began as an effort to support our local community during the COVID pandemic, and we have continued weekly donations to the Dover Center of Compassion of produce, meat, and eggs. Our resolute goal for NHN is to uplift communities in need, and presently, we find it crucial to address the rising tide of hate and violence faced by our LGBTQ+ friends and families. Throughout the month of June, in honor of pride month, Harlem Valley Homestead will be allocating 25% of all NHN donations to a local organization working to support LGBTQ+youth , while the remainder will continue to fuel our ongoing support for the weekly COC donations.
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