Fawn Rescue

Free Wildlife Talks For Sonoma County Children

Julie visits a class.
Julie, Education Director
Photo by Jan Kennedy

Fawn Rescue offers free wildlife talks for Sonoma County children. The talks are approximately one-half hour in length, followed by additional time for an open question and answer session. Topics covered include the rescue and rehabilitation of fawns, as well as adaptations, habitats, and preservation of local native wildlife. Teachers are welcome to request a particular focus for their talk.

We are available to visit your school at any time throughout the school year as well as during summer sessions. Hours are flexible between 10:00 am and 3:00pm, depending on availability. Classes can be grouped together in order to reach a greater number of children during our visit. We are also willing to spend an extended period of time with a smaller, more intimate group of students.

It is against the policy of this facility to confine living wildlife for educational purposes. . We believe their use for public education conveys the wrong message. Therefore, these talks are centered around a collection of native mounted animals. This exhibit provides children with the rare opportunity to examine, at close range, hoofs, claws, hair textures, and other features without stress to the animal. Children are fascinated and full of amazing questions.

If you are interested in scheduling a talk with Fawn Rescue, please contact Julie at 707-935-6250 or via email to shoffner@mmconsult.com

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