Spring is a time when babies abound throughout the animal kingdom. Adorable puppies, kitties, birdies, bunnies, lizards, insects and more are all making our world a cuter, more playful place. But at such a young age, these inexperienced babies can often get themselves into trouble and may need a helping hand to survive.   Your child can learn how to safely rescue and transport wildlife in need of help during the Arizona Humane Society’s Humane Education Wildlife Rescue Interns camp Saturday, March 23rd at our Nina Mason Pulliam Campus For Compassion. Attendees will also learn about different animals species, their anatomy, lifestyle and why they need our support, as well as participate in a craft designed to make rescue swift and visit with a local wildlife rehabilitation expert, who will share their amazing animal experiences.   Slots are limited and fill quickly. Enroll today!   For questions, email education@azhumane.org or call 602-997-7586 x1015.   Wildlife Rescue Interns Saturday, March 23rd 1-5 p.m. Nina Mason Pulliam Campus For Compassion 1521 W. Dobbins Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85041 Ages: 8-12 Registration: $35 per future wildlife rescuer
March 21, 2013