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Lindsay Wildlife Museum: Volunteer training class, “Introduction to Wildlife Rehabilitation”

By Gary Bogue
Wednesday, January 6th, 2010 at 6:06 am in Lindsay Wildlife Museum, Wildlife, Wildlife Rehabilitation.

Treating coyote that was caught in a trap
me jim nancy coyote

The Lindsay Wildlife Museum, 1931 First Ave., Walnut Creek, CA, is offering a training program for volunteers, “Introduction to Wildlife Rehabilitation,” on Saturday, Jan. 16.

This is your last chance until next fall for training to become a wildlife hospital volunteer and help the thousands of injured and orphaned wild animals the museum receives and treats every year.This is a great opportunity for you to help wildlife in our area.

Great horned owl
lindsay owl

For more information or to register for the class, go to … or call 925-935-1978.

Bald eagle

You can find out more about this wonderful museum and its many special programs at

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One Response to “Lindsay Wildlife Museum: Volunteer training class, “Introduction to Wildlife Rehabilitation””

  1. Donna Pace Says:

    Do you know of any Wildlife training near the Chicago area? Donna Pace

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