Sun, Oct 30|
Leaves for Wildlife
Ohio Nature Education
Come meet some cool animals from Ohio Nature Education! O.N.E. rescues injured/orphaned animals, housing and caring for them. Unreleasable animals become ambassadors, helping to educate on conserving habitat for their wild cousins. Meet flying squirrels, a kestrel, screech owls & an opossum!
Time & Location
Oct 30, 2022, 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Leaves for Wildlife, 1655 County Rd 605, Sunbury, OH 43074, USA
About the event
Learn how to create habitat and attract and support these beautiful animals in your own yard. Meet our most common Ohio squirrel, two of our smallest (cutest) birds of prey and the only marsupial native to the United States. Great outdoor family event!
O.N.E. is a private non-profit volunteer organization that provides homes for over 40 wild animals that are no longer able to fend for themselves in the wild. These animals are shared for environmental education programs that can be tailored for all age groups. O.N.E. exists solely on grants, program fees and donations. Leaves for Wildlife is paying a program fee for this event, and we encourage attendees to make a small additional donation directly to O.N.E. to help them continue their important work of educating about wildlife conservation in Ohio.
- Ticket type
Ohio Nature EducationPrice$0.00