June 7 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Join us over the lunch hour for the seventh session in this wildlife education series! How to handle finding a baby white-tailed deer. Learn how to detect if they need your help, and the proper precautions when you come across this special species. We will go through their natural history (note: this animal is especially vulnerable when it comes to imprinting), what a healthy versus unhealthy baby looks like, some common illnesses, and how you can help. This is a new addition to the series this year. No prior wildlife knowledge required.
Fee: $10 (plus HST) per person, per session.
NOTE: this is a virtual event that will be held over zoom.
Register for this workshop and more in the series at: https://arboretum.uoguelph.ca/educationandevents/workshops