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Diamond Springs Event: Sierra Wildlife Rescue Offers Rehabbing Squirrels Class

Wild animals are born primarily in spring and fall, and Sierra Wildlife Rescue will be teaching numerous classes in February. Our classes on each species of animal review their natural history and rescue and rehabilitation procedures, including urgent care, feeding, housing and special considerations.


Squirrel expert Linda Mueller will teach the class on Rehabbing Squirrels on February 23, from 1:00 to 3:00 pm. With five species in our area, SWR acquires numerous baby and also adult squirrels to rehab. Squirrels are some of the smartest, most engaging animals we care for, and you will enjoy their various personalities. You will learn about the differences among the five species, their somewhat different behaviors and habitats, and all the other basic information taught on rehabbing all of our species. All species classes are followed up by hands-on training for those who decide to rehab with us.


All classes are held at SWR’s Wildlife Center, 777 Pleasant Valley Rd., Diamond Springs. Classes are free to SWR Members; a $5 donation is requested from the general public. Please call Barbara, at 530-621-2650 or email her at barbaraewing@cal.net, to make reservations in advance and with any questions about the classes.

Date & Time

February 23, 2019

1:00PM - 3:00PM

Add to Calendar 02/23/201901:00 PM 02/23/201903:00 PM America/Los_Angeles Diamond Springs Event: Sierra Wildlife Rescue Offers Rehabbing Squirrels Class Wild animals are born primarily in spring and fall, and Sierra Wildlife Rescue will be teaching numerous classes in February. Our classes on each species... More info at www.styleedc.com/events/158091/diamond-springs-event-sierra-wildlife-rescue-offers-rehabbing-squirrels-class Sierra Wildlife Rescue (SWU) 777 Pleasant Valley Rd. , Diamond Springs, CA 95619 axEakIwmdzNKaowyWmiv58927

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