November 27, 2014

California Wildlife Center Spring Open House, April 27

 

PHOTO COURTESY OF THE CWC

California Wildlife Center Spring Open House, April 27

An infant Mule Deer being bottle fed at the California Wildlife Center in Calabasas.

Join California Wildlife Center (CWC) on April 27, from noon to 4 p.m., for an afternoon of behind-the-scenes tours, wildlife education, children's activities, and up-close encounters. Admission is free and refreshments will be served.

Each spring, CWC sees orphaned babies separated from their mothers due to natural and human-related causes. Our mission is to rehabilitate these animals and prepare them for release back into their

PHOTO COURTESY OF THE CWC

California Wildlife Center Spring Open House, April 27

An infant Mule Deer that was only 3 1/2 pounds when she was rescued in Brentwood is now being care for at the California Wildlife Center in Calabasas.

natural wild home.

Meet the Staff—Ask the Marine Mammal Response Team about why seals and sea lions "strand" on the beach and what you can do to help. Ask our Hospital Techs and Volunteers about how to recognize a fledgling bird...one that should be left alone and not kidnapped. Ask Dr. Tom about his most unusual wildlife cases.

PHOTO COURTESY OF THE CWC

California Wildlife Center Spring Open House, April 27

Baby ducks at the California Wildlife Center.

Guided Tours—View an informative video followed by a tour of the Center held by one of our knowledgeable volunteers. Visit the Intensive Care Hospital, the Baby Care Unit, and several of our specific Outdoor Enclosures where animals are learning to "be wild" again before their release.

Children's Activities—Get a Face Painting by CWC's talented staff, enjoy Arts & Crafts projects, meet Educational Animals brought by Wings of Discovery.

CWC is located at 26026 Piuma Road, Calabasas, CA 91302. For more information: cawildlife.org.