POTTSTOWN PA – Discover what to do, and what not to do, when you come across a wild animal that seems to need human help. A free program that covers how and when to handle an animal born and raised in the wild, without endangering yourself, will be held Jan. 17 (2009; Saturday) at 2 p.m. in Warwick County Park, 382 County Park Rd., Pottstown PA.
- This event has been added to The Post’s January calendar.
Instructors Jay Erb of the Chester County Parks and Recreation Department staff, and Deb Welter of the Diamond Rock Wildlife Rehabilitation Center in Malvern, will lead the program. They’ll also discuss which local organizations you can and should turn to for help in wildlife rehabilitation.
Warwick County Park, part of the Chester County PA park system, is located 3-1/2 miles west of the intersection of Routes 100 and 23 in the village of Knauertown, Warwick Township, in northern Chester County. Detailed directions are available online.
Pre-registration is required. Register for the program by downloading a registration form or by calling the park at 610-469-1916.
Photo by Mike Bolling