Oceans of Possibilities with Eyes of the Wild
July 13 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Learn how you can help protect creatures that live in streams, lakes and the ocean at this Summer Reading event presented by Eyes of the Wild.
In this program, wildlife educators will present animals that spend some of their time in the water (alligators, frogs, snakes and turtles). The presentation will focus on how animals interact with, use and depend on water or survive without it. High-energy and educational, this presentation highlights the importance of environmental conservation.
Join us for a fun, fascinating and educational look at some of the amazing creatures with whom we share our world!
Eyes Of The Wild is an animal rescue that provides forever homes to over 175 animals and 60 different species from throughout the animal kingdom. They strive to give unwanted, neglected, and confiscated creatures the proper care and quality of life they deserve and share stories of their animal ambassadors to educate and inspire a love of nature in audiences of all ages.