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CANCELLED: Skunk Haven: Fostering Wildlife
Friday, March 20 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
By now you are all aware of the threat posed by the coronavirus (covid-19) pandemic and the steps being taken by many organizations to contain the spread of the virus. You will also be aware that many Nature London members belong to the population of older adults who are most vulnerable to serious and even fatal infections. Therefore, as a precaution, Nature London is suspending its meetings at the Civic Garden Complex until further notice. At this point, the meetings scheduled for March 20 (Laurel Beechey: Skunk Haven: Fostering Wildlife) and March 27 (Richard Simpson: How Animals Communicate: Dance moves and colourful feathers of hummingbirds) are cancelled. We hope that we will be able to re-schedule these presentations later this year.
We will monitor the situation and let you know when we can resume our normal operations. We apologize for any inconvenience, but this is a situation where better safe than sorry applies. Thank you for your understanding.
Laurel Beechey is an Authorized Wildlife Custodian and has been rescuing, rehabilitating and releasing orphaned wildlife, mostly skunks, for more than 35 years, which has earned her the name “Skunk Lady”. Laurel’s presentation will follow the story of a litter of orphan skunks, providing information about the ecology of skunks, the decimation of wildlife in general, and how to safely remove and relocate unwanted wildlife from attics and sheds without harm. More information can be found at http://www.ontariowildliferescue.ca/wildlifecentres/details.php?wildlifecenter_id=27.