OAKHURST – The Children’s Museum of the Sierra is holding a special event for animal lovers on Saturday, June 8 from 10:30 – 11:30 a.m.
All ages of kids are invited to attend the morning program featuring experts from the Fresno Wildlife Rescue & Rehabilitation Service.
Organizers promise a fun and informative look at some of the beautiful creatures with which everyone shares the mountain area.
The event is free with admission to the museum or museum membership.
Special representatives of the rehabilitation program will be at the museum with some of the “wild furry and featured friends that they are caring for,” say insiders, “and we hear that some raptors may be joining us!”
Founded almost 40 years ago, the Fresno Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation Service is an all-volunteer nonprofit organization with a two-fold mission.
They vow to treat, rehabilitate and return injured and/or orphaned animals to their natural habitat whenever possible.
Fresno Wildlife Rescue also promise to educate the public to increase awareness, concern and understanding for our wildlife resources.
Children’s Museum of the Sierra is located at 49269 Golden Oak Drive in Oakhurst.