On the Wild Side in Squantum! Join us Nov 13 7pm

Raccoon Talking about creatures big and small
with Dr. Rob Adamski

If it hops, creeps, slithers or howls, it might be a patient of Dr. Rob Adamski. At the New England Wildlife Center, rehabilitating exotic pets and wild creatures is all in a day’s work. And Dr. Rob has treated everything from a poison-dart frog to a bald eagle and every type of exotic animal in between.

CoyoteJoin us as Dr. Rob reveals the world of creatures creeping around Squantum. Wondering how to greet your new neighbor, the coyote? Dr. Rob will give advice for wildlife encounters, and will share the wildlife rehabilitation and educational work of the Center, located in Weymouth.

When: Wednesday, November 13, 2013 at 7 pm
Where: First Church of Squantum, 164 Bellevue Road, Squantum, MA

All are invited! Bring friends.
Enjoy refreshments and  conversation with your neighbors.
No charge to attend.

About the speaker
Rob AdamskiRobert Adamski is the wildlife veterinarian and internship coordinator at New England Wildlife Center where he provides medical services for both wildlife and exotic pets, including surgical procedures, husbandry advice, as well as nutrition and behavioral information. The New England Wildlife Center in Weymouth is a hands-on science education organization that uses the activities of veterinary medical care and rehabilitation of wildlife as vehicles of learning for K-12 and undergraduate students.

About Squantum Community Association
The Squantum Community Association provides programming that fosters conversation and community with a focus on topics of interest to the Squantum and Quincy communities, highlighting local talent and history.
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