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Wildlife Center staff gives inside look at animal rehabilitation

Nature Matters event takes place Dec. 13 at Fort George Lovell Showroom

Published on December 6, 2018 7:52AM

Josh Saranpaa, executive director at the Wildlife Center of the North Coast.

Courtesy Lewis and Clark National Historical Park

Josh Saranpaa, executive director at the Wildlife Center of the North Coast.

Pauline Baker, rehabiitation coordinator at the Wildlife Center of the North Coast.

Courtesy Lewis and Clark National Historical Park

Pauline Baker, rehabiitation coordinator at the Wildlife Center of the North Coast.


ASTORIA — The next Nature Matters event features staff at the Wildlife Center of the North Coast and takes place 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 13, at the Fort George Lovell Showroom, 1483 Duane St.

Executive Director Josh Saranpaa and Rehabilitation Coordinator Pauline Baker give the audience an inside look at what wildlife rehabilitation is, its importance and the impact people have on wildlife.

The audience will learn more about their local wildlife rehabilitation facility and the care and education services it provides the community. The presentation will share how the community can get involved.

The free event is open to the public. Doors open at 6 p.m. to purchase dinner or beverages at Fort George beforehand.

Nature Matters is hosted by Lewis and Clark National Historical Park in partnership with the North Coast Watershed Association, the Lewis & Clark National Park Association, and Fort George Brewery + Public House.

For more information, call the park at 503-861-2471, or check out www.nps.gov/lewi or Lewis and Clark National Historical Park on Facebook or Instagram @LewisandClarkNHP.



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