Champaign wildlife gurus to meet their feathered friends

June 27, 2013 by  

The ‘Wildlife Medical Clinic: Feathered Friends’ is an outstanding family event for children to learn about the various live bird ambassadors and other wildlife and how people can assist with conservation and the ecosystem’s health. Brochure printing, flyer printing, and poster printing were most likely used to promote this educational event to people in this community and the surrounding districts.

At this educational session, children and their parents will have the opportunity to meet and learn about the various wildlife animals that are in attendance. Many of these animals are accepted and nursed back to health when they have suffered from illness or injuries. The Wildlife Clinic provides treatment and care for these injured and sick animals, as well as orphaned animals, and provides hands-on training for students at Veterinarian programs in this area.

Many of these animals are released back into the wild to ensure they can find food and avoid interacting with more danger. Some of the animals, in special circumstances, are placed in zoos and animal wildlife centers to assist with educating the public.

This is a free event and everyone is welcome. It will be happening this Saturday, June 29, from 2:00 pm to 2:45 pm at the Champaign Public Library located at 200 West Green Street in Champaign, Illinois. It will be held in the Robeson Pavilion Room A and B. To learn more about the event, please visit the Champaign Public Library website or call 217-403-2070.