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Walden’s Puddle Staff to Present TWRA’s April Nature @ Noontime Program

Monday, April 02, 2012 | 02:53am
NASHVILLE --- Educators from Walden’s Puddle Wildlife and Rehabilitation and Education Center will make the April presentation for the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency’s Nature @ Noontime program. The program is from 12-1 p.m. on Thursday, April 5 at the TWRA Region II conference room, located in the Ellington Agricultural Center.
The Walden’s Puddle staff will be providing information regarding emergency care for sick, injured or orphaned animals. Walden’s Wildlife ambassadors, “Carson,” an American screech owl, “Radar,” a Virginia opossum and “Phoenix,” an American kestrel, will all be making an appearance at the presentation.
Walden’s Puddle provides care and treatment to sick, injured and orphaned native Tennessee wildlife. Walden’s Puddle is the only professionally staffed wildlife rehabilitation and education facility in Middle Tennessee. Walden’s Puddle does not charge for its services and receives no government funding at this time.
Hosted by the I&E Division and held on the first Thursday of each month, except July, TWRA Nature @ Noontime presentations are about natural resource related topics and last about 30-45 minutes, allowing time for discussion during the allotted lunch hour. Contact Don King (615) 781-6502 or by e-mail: for more information.

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