14. July 2010 · Comments Off on Upcoming Lecture: Secrets of a Familiar Neighbor · Categories: Events

What does a mother raccoon do when her kit dangles by his claws from a beam 20 feet up in the air?

Why are there so many raccoons in cities?

Should I be worried if I see a raccoon out in the daytime?

Join Megan Isadore, a naturalist and wildlife rehabilitator with Oaklandʼs Yggdrasil Urban Wildlife Rescue, for a family-friendly slide and video presentation on one of our most common urban wildlife neighbors. Megan will discuss raccoon life history and behavior, answer your questions on humanely solving nuisance raccoon problems, and show an exciting video update on our most famous raccoon patient, Tiny Tim!

When? Thursday, July 22, 2010 7PM-8PM (half hour talk, plenty of question time!)

Where? Oakland Animal Services, 1101 29th Avenue, Oakland, CA

Cost? FREE
Featuring the beautiful wildlife photography of Jack Gescheidt,
jackphoto.com and raccoonery.com

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