Wildlife rehabilitation is often an elaborate and time-consuming process, bringing humans and wildlife together at a time of need. Wildlife rehabilitator Erin O’Connell, of Audubon Sharon, will discuss her work, treating sick, injured, and orphaned wildlife, with the goal of returning them to independent living in their natural habitat. Erin’s presentation focuses on rehabilitation of our feathered friends from birds of prey to songbirds. She will be accompanied by a few “educational ambassadors”, birds that have recovered from their injuries but are not able to survive in the wild.
Presented in collaboration with the Salisbury Association Land Trust.