The Round Rock Public Library is hosting a new series designed to help teens develop life skills and knowledge to survive adulthood. They will have presenters on many topics the first Tuesday of every month from 6:30 – 7:30 pm from September-December. The Round Rock Public Library and All Things Wild welcomes teens to a program to learn about wildlife rescue and rehabilitation, on Tuesday, November 6 at 6:30 pm.
Roger Rucker will tell us about All Things Wild and the work they do. He will talk about what to do if you find an injured or orphaned wild animal, and what not to do. He will also share information on how to become a wildlife rehabber. If we have time her will talk about a program called Central Texas Owls.
Roger has a Masters Degree in Zoology and has been a wildlife rehabber and educator for ten years. He did education programs in Kansas with live raptors that had permanent injures. All Things Wild does not have a permit yet to rehab raptors, but they hope to get one by next year.
For more information please contact Jane Dance, 512.218.7012.
We thank Roger Rucker and All Things Wild for making this program possible.